Welcome to G3 nature guides in Andalusia, your gateway to ecotourism, nature exploration, and cultural immersion in the stunning landscapes of Andalusia, Spain. Dedicated to providing unique experiences for travelers, nature enthusiasts, and families who seek to connect with the natural world and rural life.
G3 Nature Guides commitment lies in harmonizing our actions with environmental sustainability and respect for local traditions. Guided trips include wolf and bear watching in Cantabria, Iberian lynx, Doñana wetlands, dragonflies in Andalucia and general wildlife watching in Spain.
Spain, a land of rich cultural heritage and stunning natural beauty, beckons travelers from around the world. While many are familiar with its vibrant cities and historical landmarks, Spain’s wild side often remains hidden. In this article, we embark on a journey through the wilderness of Spain, exploring its diverse wildlife, captivating geography, and the importance of its protected areas.
The Breathtaking Geography of Spain
Spain’s geography is a testament to nature’s grandeur. From the snow-capped peaks of the Pyrenees in the north to the sun-soaked beaches of the Costa del Sol in the south, Spain offers a striking variety of landscapes.
If you looking for a wildlife holiday in Northern Spain then take a look at Somiedo Experience! This company offers a wide variety of activities and experiences in the Parque Natural de Somiedo, including bear watching, hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, photography, and cultural tours.
Somiedo Experience is committed to providing guests with an authentic experience of the natural beauty of Somiedo. They focus on small group tours (maximum 8 people) and choose the most appropriate paths based on the weather and the behavior of the native fauna. This ensures that guests get the most out of their time in Somiedo and have a truly memorable experience.
Welcome to Spain, a land of extraordinary biodiversity! Within its borders lie numerous protected areas, each offering a unique tapestry of landscapes and wildlife. From the stunning wetlands of Doñana National Park to the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains, and the enchanting coastal beauty of Cabo de Gata-Níjar. Let’s embark on a journey exploring Spain’s remarkable protected areas and natural treasures.
Below, you’ll find a list of some my favorite protected areas. Places I go back and revisit whenever I can. Click on the green links to delve deeper into each region’s breathtaking beauty, learn about the unique flora and fauna that call these places home, and immerse yourself in the wonders of Spain’s wildlife wonderland.