1,236 ha. Sierra Bermeja have been declared Natural Park. It is the largest massif of peridotitic rocks in the world. The rarity of the geological substrate also results exclusive plant population. The predominant trees in the lower part of the mountain are the oaks, pines in the middle, and pinsapos at its summit, with special interest the Paseo de los Pinsapos. Near the top there is a shelter with spaces for barbecues, and from the peak of the Royals (1,449 m) you can enjoy extraordinary views of the coast, Gibraltar and on clear days, the coast of Morocco.
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