Located in the Western region of Spain, Monfragüe is one of the fifteen National Parks a status that was granted in 2007. Since 2003 it has been recognised by UNESCO as a Biosphere reserve and is an outstanding site for raptors, with more than 15 regular breeding species, including the world's largest breeding concentration of Eurasian black vulture, a large population of griffon vulture, and several pairs of Spanish imperial eagle, golden eagle and Bonelli's eagle.
The most famous place of the park is called "El Salto del Gitano" (photo below) an impressive location where the Tagus flows between two rocky cliffs.
(N 39 49.726 / W 6 03.460)
Camera Data: Vertorama (3 shots), 24mm, 1/320 sec, f/11, ISO100