The Mount Montgó Natural Park was officially declared as such in 1987 thanks to its landscape values, flora and fauna.
Mount Montgó extends forming the impressive Cape of Sant Antoni, which reaches the sea forming a 160 m. high cliff. At the feet of the cape there is the Cape of Sant Antoni Natural Reserve, with a high level of preservation, which gives it a high environmental scientific and ecological value.
The wealth of the bottom of the sea with micro reserves of flora along the rocky coast and the existence of posydonia prairies all along the coast, considered of community interest, situate us in one the Iberian Peninsula’s best enclaves for scuba diving.
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