Natural Landmarks are nature areas or elements mainly consisting of unique, rare or outstanding formations, that deserve special protection.
Geological formations, palaeontological digs and other geological elements that are of special interest due to the uniqueness or importance of their scientific, cultural or landscape features can also be considered to be Natural Monuments.
An area or element is declared a Natural Monument by Decree passed by the Governing Council of the Junta de Andalucía.
- Municipality: Rota
Description: With a total of eight "corrales" (fish pens), Andalusia's first designated Natural Monument comprises a small strip of the Atlantic ...
- Municipality: Tarifa
Description: This dune is over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide, and stands out within the huge system of dunes ...
- Municipality: San Fernando
Description: This coastal bar in the district of San Fernando comprises a row of unspoilt dunes rising up out of the ...