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Sierra de Guadarrama National Park is a national park in Spain, covering nearly 34,000 hectares, the fifth largest in Spain’s national parks system. The Guadarrama mountain range contains some ecologically valuable areas, located in the Community of Madrid and Castile and León (provinces of Segovia and Ávila). The law that regulates the recently approved national park was published in the BOE in June 26, 2013


The Peñalara Natural Park is a natural park of 7.68 km² in the northwest of the Community of Madrid, Spain. The park is situated in the central zone of the Sierra de Guadarrama, (part of the mountainous axis called the Central System) in Spain. The reserve includes Peñalara’s summit, the highest peak of the mountain system, and an area to the south-east of the peak in Rascafría district. The Community of Madrid declared the area a natural park in June 1990.


Safari de Madrid Family-friendly enclosure for animals including big cats, elephants & giraffes, plus go karting.