Sierra de Gata
Landscapes where history and local traditions coexist in harmony with nature.
This magnificent natural enclave is located northwest of the City of Coria, bordering the Alagón Valley region, and is of great significance to the environment where common oak, chestnut and holm oak forests abound. This scenic landscape is also home to a rich and diverse profusion of fauna, above all, large birds of prey such as Eurasian black vultures and griffon vultures.
It is an ideal destination for indulging in nature-based sports, such as hiking, cycling, horse riding, hunting, fishing, and baths in gorges, in addition to ecotourism and cultural tourism based on history, the art of its traditional architecture and the exquisite gastronomy.