The Bearded Vulture (Gypaetus barbatus), or lammergeier. It lives on diet of bones and dyes its feathers blood red. Used to be a common specie in the south of Europe, however, its population was reduced nearly next to extinction in the last decades.
In 2006 the Bearded Vulture was successfully reintroduced in Parque Natural de Cazorla, Segura y las Villas, with the help of the government of the Andalusia and the Gypaetus Foundation, happening in 2015 a historical event for the specie: for the first time in 30 years, the bearded vulture was again reproducing in Andalusia in complete freedom.
Now we offer you to spend 3 amazing days visiting this spectacular mountain area, the largest Natural Park in Spain, and enjoying the acrobatic flights of the first bearded vultures in the south of Spain.
Pick up from the airport (Málaga, Sevilla or Madrid)
Guided routes in a 4x4
Local expert guide
Optical equipment: binoculars and telescope
This activity can be cancelled and fully refunded up to 24 hours after booking.
After this time, Iberus Medio Ambiente S.L.U. has established that you have up to 3 days before the activity to cancel and get a refund.
If the activity had to be cancelled because of weather conditions, you would have a full refund.