Sustainable tourism and ecotourism at their best: Geotourism
If you have ever heard the expression "you are simpler than a stone" you have nothing to worry about, deep down it is a badly expressed compliment, and it is not that in Nattule we look for the positive side of everything. It turns out that, far from being simple, geological formations involve a complexity and a beauty that few expect when thinking about them. Our land is full of natural monuments and reliefs as curious as unique, many of them famous around the world for their performance in the odd movie. As it could not be otherwise, they also have their own section in environmental tourism.
An excursion to see rock formations may not be on your list of things to do before you die, but geology is no more than the setting on which all natural life unfolds. The activities of geobotany and geotourism will take you through guided routes through the most spectacular landscapes of our geography, where the composition and erosion of the earth's surface has given rise to unimaginable formations. A good example of this are the large cliffs, cliffs, waterfalls or sinuous meanders, as well as caves and ridges that adorn the entire national territory.