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Spain is home to more than 8000 European species of plants. The seasons also vary from one region to another and in high altitude areas such as the Pyrenees, the Sierra Nevada in Granada and the Picos de Europa, many flowers start to bloom in early spring when the snow melts . These areas also have unique species, which are not found elsewhere ...

Spain is home to more than 8000 European species of plants. The seasons also vary from one region to another and in high altitude areas such as the Pyrenees, the Sierra Nevada in Granada and the Picos de Europa, many flowers start to bloom in early spring when the snow melts . These areas also have unique species, which are not found elsewhere in Spain such as rare orchids. The forests of Spain are as diverse as the flowers and contain a wide variety of pines. Oaks are as widespread as olive trees.

We can distinguish two types of vegetation: those that belong to Spain "hot", and those of Spain "wet", due to the climate diversity of this country. In the first zone in the Cantabrian region, the vegetation is luxuriant of abundant deciduous forests where the most characteristic species is the pedunculate oak. There are also lime trees, chestnut trees, elms, ash trees, maples and hazel trees. The second and largest area of ​​vegetation in Spain has been shaped by a dry climate and has a so-called Mediterranean Mediterranean vegetation: citrus, oleander, bougainvillea ...

It is these innumerable endemic plants that make up the richness of Spanish beauty secrets.


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