The country has an enormous diversity of landscapes, culture and eating habits. Protected nature reserves can be found on both the mainland and the islands. In Coto Donana National Park is home to the most endangered cat species, the Iberian lynx. This natural park consists of pine forests, white sand dunes and swamps where many bird species have their breeding grounds. In addition to a few lynx, Sierra Morena also has other animals, such as the Iberian ibex, the mouflon, the Spanish imperial eagle, the black vulture and the red deer.The pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela is an experience in itself. You walk through the rough Pyrenees and the alternate Northwest of Spain. Or venture up the Caminito del Rey and look into the dizzying depths of the El Chorro gap. Spain also has a great variety in gastronomy. Taste an Albariño wine from the border region with Portugal along with Pata Negra ham from the Southwest and Manchego cheese La Mancha .The Balearic Islands will surprise you with many quiet coves to relax in and an inland area that you should not miss. The Canary Islands each have their own characteristics; Tenerife with the volcanic landscape, Fuerteventura where there are vast expanses of sand and the lesser-known and green island La Gomera .In short; Spain offers versatility 'Where the world can't find you...'