Montsià RangeTo jump group of several links
Montsià mountains, a limestone range with peaks up to 765 metres above sea level, give Catalonia's southernmost county its name. On the frontier with Valencia and Aragon, Montsià county is delimited by the Ebro and Senia rivers, the Mediterranean sea and the Tortosa-Beseit mountains.
The mountain is dominated by thickets and brush, bushy, often prickly vegetation. The most common plants here are kermes oak (Quercus coccifera), rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) and gorse (Ulex parviflorus), though we also find typical Mediterranean holm oak woods here, dense and thick, as well as such species as the holm oak, (Quercus ilex), laurustinus (Viburnum tinus) and honeysuckle (Lonicera implexa).
The area is now included in the PEIN plan for the protection of spaces of natural interest.
The flora and fauna and beautiful landscape make these mountains ideal for hiking.