Natural park del Cap de Creus
Peninsula in the north of the Costa Brava, which rests on geological levels for more than 450 million years and since 1984 has been considered a protected natural area with the category of natural park. It covers the municipalities: The Port of the Forest, the Forest of Sea, Llançà, Cadaqués, Palau-saverdera, Pau, Roses and Vilajuïga. It forms an extremely abrupt, deep-water shoreline, with abundant islets, towering cliffs, a selection of rocks eroded by wind and erosion, meadows and forests inland, and hidden coves of clear water, often only accessible from from the sea.
Natural park de Aiguamolls d'Emporda
The Aiguamolls de l'Empordà constitute the most important marshal group in Catalonia, after the Ebro Delta. The current protected area is the rest of an extensive area that formerly occupied the entire bay of Roses, where it has created the Aiguamolls de l'Empordà Natural Park