Cabañeros National Park is located in the Montes de Toledo (Toledo Mountains), in the region of Castile-La Mancha, Spain
The Cabañeros National Park is currently one of the most important protected areas in the Iberian Peninsula. The great diversity of fauna and flora together with its peculiar geology, make this space a jewel of great value, being the natural setting a representative of the Mediterranean forest within the network of national parks.
Given the extension of Cabañeros National Park - close to 45,000 hectares - you might visit and enjoy the park in various ways: exploring the extensive trails on long hikes or by driving a 4x4 vehicle.
Visit the park in the early hours after sunrise or in the last hours before sunset. In early autumn, late September mid-October, during the deer bellowing.