Our goal

In an effort to preserve and restore the natural beauty of the Sierra de Málaga, we have committed to a comprehensive environmental conservation project. Our initiative focuses on reforesting degraded areas, cleaning rivers, streams, and beaches to maintain their purity and promote biodiversity, and creating homes for local wildlife.

Through the planting of native trees and the restoration of natural habitats, we aim to restore damaged ecosystems and provide vital refuge for a wide variety of plant and animal species. At the same time, we are committed to conducting river and shoreline cleanup activities, removing waste and debris that threaten the health of these aquatic ecosystems and their associated fauna.

Additionally, we are working on installing shelters and nest boxes specifically designed to provide safe and welcoming homes for birds, bats, and other creatures that depend on the natural environment of the Sierra de Málaga.

Our vision is to create a sustainable environment where flora and fauna can thrive in harmony, while preserving the unique beauty of this mountainous setting. Together, we can make a significant difference in conserving our precious natural heritage.

Fauna and Flora

Booted Eagle

“Hieraaetus pennatus”

It is a medium-sized bird of prey, which nowadays is one of the easiest to spot as it can be found in many areas of the province and not just in protected spaces.

Spanish Fir

“Abies pinsapo”

It is presented as a relic of our forests since it can only be found in the Sierra de las Nieves (Ronda, El Burgo, Tolox, and Yunquera), Sierra del Pinar (Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park), and Sierra Bermeja (Estepona, Genalguacil, and Istan).



The Exocoetidae, or flying fish, are a family of marine fish comprising about 70 species grouped into 7 genre.

Guadalhorce River

“ Wādī l-jurso”

It is the main river in the province of Malaga and in the Mediterranean basins of Andalusia, both in terms of its length and the surface area of its basin. It empties into the district of Churriana, where the protected natural site of the Guadalhorce Estuary is located.

Common frog

“Pelophylax perezi”

It is a strictly aquatic species, appearing in all types of water bodies, although preferably in permanent environments. It occurs in a large number of biotopes within the Mediterranean bioclimatic region.


“ Arbutus unedo”

It is a species of shrub belonging to the genus Arbutus in the family Ericaceae. Widely distributed throughout the Mediterranean region, its natural habitat includes mixed forests of ravines and river gorges, as well as slopes in oak or oak forests.



Although widespread throughout Europe, they are also found in our mountain ranges, mostly in the Natural Park of El Torcal de Antequera, although they can also be found in other mountain areas.


“Crocidura russula”

It is a small mammal weighing between 7 to 14 grams. Although it is distributed throughout the national territory, it prefers Mediterranean areas with open spaces and forest edges with good ground-level vegetation cover.



One of the most unique reptiles in our area, currently endangered due to urban development pressure and also the large number of predators it faces.

Cork Oak

“Quercus suber”

It is a vegetation formation where the cork oak predominates, typical of the Mediterranean climate. From this tree, we obtain cork, and it is also associated with livestock, especially pig farming, and even agriculture.

Reforestation and the preservation of flora and fauna are essential for the survival of our planet. Plant and animal biodiversity is fundamental to the ecological balance and stability of ecosystems. Trees and plants are responsible for the production of oxygen and the removal of carbon dioxide, which helps to reduce the greenhouse effect and climate change. Moreover, forests are home to many plant and animal species, and their degradation may condemn hundreds of species to extinction.

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