Sierra de La Muela, Cabo Tiñoso y Roldán
On the central stretch of the coast, a large stone mass rises above the waters of the Mediterranean. The materials we can find there are mainly limestone in nature, with both metamorphic and volcanic rocks present. Beaches, cliffs and small coves endow this place with great scenic value.
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European fan palm, juniper, cornical, ziziphus lotus, spike thorn, Mediterranean false brome, shrubs, broom.
Golden eagle, Bonelli's eagle, eagle owl, peregrine falcon, red-billed chough, black-headed turtle, bats.
Traditional rainfed crops, fishing villages, almadraba traditional tuna trapping on the coast.
Military architecture at the batteries of the Cabo Tiñoso (cape). Tower of Santa Catalina for coastal surveillance, 16th century.