When summer comes to an end and the Spanish landscape begins to change, travelers’ favorite destinations are modified to adapt to the changing of the seasons, leaving the beaches behind to get closer to admiring the mountains and valleys full of forests. For this reason, Skyscanner has made a list of the best parks and nature reserves to visit in the fall.
Irati Forest (Navarra)
The red and yellow leaves add a touch of fantastic stories to this Navarrese beech-fir forest, the second largest and best preserved in the world. The numerous marked trails invite you to explore the gigantic terrain to get to know it as much as each traveler wants, a great option for lovers of nature walks.
Aran Valley (Catalonia)
In Lleida there is a unique wooded area that is dressed in a multitude of colors in the months before the snow arrives in the Catalan Pyrenees. Photographers love this rural area for its awesome visits and there are more charms to discover in the towns that appear in the vicinity and they add a charming element to any getaway.
Sierra del Segura (Castilla-La Mancha)
The valleys and canyons southwest of Albacete, on the border with Jaén, they are a spectacular space that is completely transformed during the fall. Some of the best sites are the Chorros del Río Mundo and the viewpoints of LiétorUnique places that can be appreciated at any time of the year, but that bring out their best views in the autumn season.
Faedo de Ciñera (León)
“The best-kept forest in Spain” It is located in the in the Leonesa Central Mountain and has earned its name for the incredible calm that its grounds transmit. The forests crossed by the stream they charge life as the leaves fall from the trees, turning the entire space into a sanctuary of incomparable tranquility. Also has a 500 year old beech which has gained fame throughout Spain.
Muniellos Forest (Asturias)
This land contains the largest oak grove in Spain, which is also one of the best preserved and stars in several of the Asturian myths. The walks reveal the million colors and tones that the forest can adopt during autumn, with beech, birch, oak, yew and holly. No more than twenty people can enter a day, since it is a protected area, so it is necessary ask permission to visit.
Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by www.lainformacion.com.
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