Wooded mountain landscape with species-rich wildlife, also land of wolves and bears, the Parque Nacional de los Picos de Europa.
The Picos de Europa National Park is a perfect example of an Atlantic ecosystem. It is also the habitat of Spain's most emblematic animals: the brown bear and the Iberian wolf. The limestone massif is located in the provinces of Asturias, Cantabria and León and is one of the most visited national parks in Spain. The highest peak of the mountain range is the Torre de Cerredo at 2648 metres and the most famous peak of the mountain range is the Naranjo de Bulnes at 2518 metres.
View towards the Atlantic: Numerous viewpoints with breathtaking views are spread over the entire area.
There are eleven villages in the Picos de Europa Park, the only inhabited national park in Spain. Rural life and nature have lived together in pleasant company for centuries in a unique environment.
In the mountains and valleys there are plenty of hiking routes with breathtaking passages.
At Lago Ecrina: Last accessible place with a vehicle. At the car park a hut restaurant and at the lake you can listen to the cries of the birds of prey.
Landscape in the Picos.