03780 Pego-Oliva, Valencia, Spain
Parc Natural de la Marjal de Pego-Oliva
The greens of the Costa Blanca are very rich in terms of wildlife and are one of the areas in Spain with the highest number of endangered species.
Costa Blanca is known for its splendid beaches but however its well known for being one of the most mountainous areas of Spain. The mountains have formed caves, grottos, incredible canyons which provide spectacular paths to be explored by active tourism lovers.
The little ones are very lucky when they come to Costa Blanca. The offers for theme park related activities are endless ín Costa Blanca. It offers a great variety of parks which are open all year round. Spend a day at one of the following parks:
Javea Beaches & Coves
The main beach in Javea is the Arenal and could be the best beach in the Alciante region because it combines flawless smooth sand, a gentle slope into the sea, great amenities with close proximity to a promenade of Bars and Restaurants. Other beaches in Javea offer different characteristics and I will do my best to describe the main beaches in Javea below.
El Montgó - Natural Park
The Natural Park rises 753 metres above sea level and shelters over 650 vegetable species.Amongst these we must point out the kermes oak, the red lavender, maritime fennel, rockrose species, the Valencia rock violet, the rock scabious, the black sabine or the palmetto.
As far as fauna is concerned, you can watch birds as the yellow legged seagull or the Audouin seagull, several crows, ravens and birds of prey (the partridge eagle, a couple of royal owls, common kestrel ad the pilgrim falcon), reptiles, amphibians and mammals such as the fox, rabbit, badger, genet, etc
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