Four out of Spain's ten national parks are located here on the Canary Islands. An area so small having almost half of the country's national parks is ample justification for it being given the title of "Natural site".
The Canary Islands are an ecological jewel, displaying an extraordinary natural wealth. Their beauty can be seen in the four national parks that are located on throughout the island group.
The variety of climate, seascape and landscape varies greatly between the islands.
La Palma has perhaps one of the most impressive parks of all; La Caldera de Taburiente on La Palma. It's a massive volcanic structure with extensive tapestry of pines and tree heath as well as some superb views and excellent walking routes.
The whole island of Lanzarote is actually a World Biosphere reserve. It's home to the Timanfaya National Park.
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