Flora and vegetation

The vegetation in the Southeast Regional Park is the result, as in any other jurisdiction, the influence of several factors acting in the middle. The geological history, lithology, climate, soil and human activity, whose combined effects are often cumulative, have been changing gradually and continuously floristic composition of the natural environment, yet without being static, leads to their state and present form.

Although the sum effect of all these factors have led in many cases states of degradation, there are still areas with significant flora in the park area that sometimes acquire degree of uniqueness and rarity.

Today may be the composition of soils and slopes cut, which constitute an important and emblematic of the park, and the historical past in the use of natural resources man-made addition to the climate, the most influential factors that determine the Park vegetation. This has great relevance in the distribution and species composition of vegetation, the existence of gypsum and marl soils of many cut and gypsum hills. This distribution is presented as a complex set of mixtures and mosaics, gradations and transitions and interrelations of different sign, usually made in the field Mediterranean, more pronounced the greater has been the pastoral and agricultural use of land, as is the case Park.

1. BROADLEAF DECIDUOUS AND MARCESCENT

2. EVERGREEN HARDWOODS

3. PINEWOODS

4. Cultivos

5. SHRUBLAND

6. GRASSLAND