The Pedriza. Prairie of the Bats

Sierra de Guadarrama National Park

The Sierra de Guadarrama mountains have some unique landscape, geological, geomorphological, hydrographic, botanical, wildlife, historical and cultural characteristics in the whole of Spain. Preserving these values has lead to the declaration of different protection categories in this mountain range over recent decades, which culminated with it being declared a National Park.

The purpose of national parks is to ensure conservation and enable public use and the improvement of scientific knowledge of the natural and cultural values ​​of the spaces they protect, as well as to promote a social conservationist awareness and the exchange of knowledge and experiences in matters of sustainable development.


EU_EAFRD co-financing

The European Union, through the European Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD), co-finances the Program for the Operation of the Visitor and Conservation and Management Centers of the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park in the Community of Madrid