The Cabo de Gata in Andalusia is a cape located in the extreme south-eastern part of Spain and Andalusia on the Mediterranean Sea. Its coast is dotted with cliffs, creeks and wild beaches. This site, classified as a biosphere reserve in 1997. The relief of the Cabo de Gata Sierra, of volcanic origin, is characterized by a succession of pitons, craters, ledges and ridges. This particular geological set is reflected in a great diversity of landscapes, certainly among the most remarkable of the Mediterranean coast in Spain and Andalusia.
To the south of the reserve, the salt marshes are spread along the coasts. It is a coveted habitat for many species of migratory birds, including flamingos. The vegetation is characterized by formations of scrub and herbaceous plants, including often endemic species. Territory classified as Special Bird Protection Zone.
Horseback riding in Andalusia in the Cabo de gata Park is never monotonous: between hills, almost desert areas, and wild beaches for superb gallops on horseback !