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Terra Natura are two zoo theme parks and aqua parks (Aqua Natura) located near Benidorm (Terra natura Benidorm) and Murcia (Terra Natura Murcia), in the Costa Blanca, Spain. Terra Natura Animal Parks lets visitors make contact with animals with barriers invisible to the human eye. Many species can be viewed, including elephants, tigers, monkeys, lions, African buffalo, and rhinos.



The palm groves of Elche Also known as El Palmeral, the palm groves of Elche have received an international UNESCO award declaring it a world heritage site in 2000. Dating back to the 10th century, the cultivation methods used by the Moors have endured to the present day. With more than 200 000 trees the palm groves of Elche are the largest in Europe and may seem to be a forest but are actually laid out in various plots, forming an agricultural grid system.



The Guadalest Valley, also known as the ‘Eagle’s Nest’ is situated at about 25kms from Benidorm. The spectacular tourist spot can be reached after a refreshing 1hr drive from Alicante. The drive offers stunning views of the mountain scenery and as you pass the village of Polop, the winding rustic roads give the feel of the bygone era. In the ancient times Guadalest was originally an Islamic country, and was of great military importance. The ancient ruins and castles can be seen even in the present times despite having been destroyed by the battles and natural disasters.


Montgó Nature Reserve is located between the towns of Denia and Javea in Alicante. The park includes a coastal section that covers over 3 kilometres. The geological composition of this Nature Reserve is characterized by Cretaceous materials. On the lower parts of it, marl and marlaceous lime abound, while the escarpments are formed by compact limestone. Its flora includes kermes oak groves dotted with mastic trees and rhamnnus alaternus, as well as Mediterranean scrub.