Gredos – Tietar Valley – Oropesa

The southern skirt of the Sierra de Gredos shows, in a few kilometers, more than 2.000 meters vertical drop, with diverse landscapes, gorges with cristallyne waters and a succession of Mediterranean  bushes and forests from the middle of the Iberian peninsula with and a clear atlantic influence.

On the other side of the river Tiétar,  large meadows of holm oaks and cork oaks which are the Imperial eagle ´s habitat and  cranes and waterfowl ´s  concentration site at the Rosarito reservoir.

Cultivations and plains full of bustards, little bustards , and big colonies of kestrels.

This area also preserves many celtic settlement remains and traditional landscapes where hand embroidery and ceramic are still present.

Kind of area

  • Sierra de Gredos Regional Park
  • ASPB  Tiétar Valley and reservoirs of Rosarito and Navalcán
  • ASPB Llanos de Oropesa , Lagartera and Calera y Chozas

Commitment to sustainable tourism

  • Sierra de Gredos Regional Park is accredited under the European Charter of sustainable tourism
  • The ASPB Llanos de Oropesa, Lagartera and Calera y Chozas is en ornithological tourist destination within the project RETO Red Natura 2000

Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha) and Ávila (Castilla y León).

Contact and information

Regional Park of Sierra de Gredos
Tel.: 983 345 850

Campana de Oropesa
Tel.: 925 431 160


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