Los Alcornocales Natural Park, which covers an area of 170,025 hectares, stands between the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga and is the world largest cork oak forest.

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It is made up of a series of low mountain ranges which contain more sandstone than limestone, unlike the neighboring Sierra de Grazalema, where the reverse is true, and, as the third largest park in Andalusia, is one of the region most important protected areas, stretching as far as the Straits of Gibraltar. Its interior houses Cortes de la Frontera National Game Reserve. Rhododendrons, ferns and laurels grow in the shade. In the south are the canutos, river valleys in which species of vegetation from the tertiary period still survive.

The park is an important centre for ecological, rural and educational tourism due to its immense archaeological, cultural, historical and monumental value. It successfully combines compact patches of protected cork and gall oaks with cork extraction, big game and cattle farming.


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