Cabarceno: Nature Park in Cantabria, northern Spain

In the Valley Pisueña are the unique Karst formations that characterize a landscape of dreams:the park on the nature of Cabarceno, nestled in an old mine removal of iron and today has become a major tourist attractions of Cantabria.

In Park Cabarceno develop important research work in collaboration with universities and national and foreign institutions, aimed at conserving species in serious danger of extinction (African Elephant, Brown bear, white rhinoceros, lynx…). Through this work, most of the animals that live here are reproduced successfully.

Environmental education is crucial for the communication of these investigations and awareness of visitors to the park Cabarceno.

Surface Park: 750 Hectares
Animal species: More than 112.
Course: asphalt and signalled to do so in vehicle, bicycle or on foot.
Installation: Restaurants, viewpoints, self-service, cafes, shops, car parks, lakes area, picnic area, playground and nursing.

Norman park:
Strictly forbidden:

Feed the animals. Change your daily diet can cause irreversible disruption even death.
Access and facilities tailored to disabled.
Limitation of speed to 20km / h
Parking provided in areas identified.
Observe signs of movement.
You can not touch the animals, is a risk to you and for them.

Telephone contact and information: 902 210 112

accommodation in Cabarceno

Image Gallery:

Garden of the Inn " El Remanso de Triviecu"

Garden of the Inn " El Remanso de Triviecu"

Gorilla in the natural park of Cabarceno, Cantabria, northern Spain

Gorilla in the natural park of Cabarceno, Cantabria, northern SpainRural Inn, near of Cabarceno and Santander City.Garden of the Inn " El Remanso de Triviecu"

bird in Cabarceno

bird in Cabarceno

giraffes at the park's natural Cabarceno, Cantabria, northern Spain

giraffes at the park's natural Cabarceno, Cantabria, northern Spain

Reindeer in the natural park of Cabarceno, Cantabria, northern Spain

Reindeer in the natural park of Cabarceno, Cantabria, northern Spain

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