“The combination of low human density, rugged mountains, spectacular wildlife and beautiful historic villages makes of the Three Kingdoms of Spain one of Europe’s last wild landscapes.”

Welcome to one of the great natural and historic landscapes of Europe

The Three Kingdoms Region represents one of the best opportunities for setting up a large conservation landscape in Europe. This mountainous region is shared by three regional governments, the former medieval kingdoms of Aragon, Catalonia and Valencia.

In this area we can combine the recovery of natural vegetation and native wildlife with the beauty of its historic villages to establish a new economy, enhanced pride and greater enthusiasm for the future in rural communities that are losing their people.

The Three Kingdoms Initiative includes public and private organizations whose long-term vision is to establish a conservation landscape covering 550,000 ha where new and enlarged protected areas host healthy populations of native wildlife (including vultures, predators and ungulates) with broad-based support from local communities, authorities and the general public.

Monasterio de Santa Maria de Benifassà

The village of Ballestar in Tinença de Benifassà Nature Park

Cabras monteses

Iberian ibex

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