Hostería de Guara – The gateway to the Guara's Sierra and canyons

East of Sierra de Guara

The Natural Park of the Sierras and Gorges of Guara is a beautiful and rather remote, depopulated area in the Pre-Pyrenees. It is popular among climbers and canyon-trekkers and holds an authentic architectural treasure in the form of the walled Medieval town of Alquézar.

Winding roads, lost villages, tranquillity and eye-opening scenery all demand that birding this area, however rewarding it may be, should be done at a relaxed pace.

Bird Species that can be found on the eastern side of Sierra de Guara:

  • Lammergeier
  • Egyptian Vulture
  • Griffon Vulture
  • Golden Eagle
  • Short-toed Eagle
  • Red Kite
  • Peregrine Falcon
  • Scops Owl
  • Alpine Swift
  • Crag Martin
  • Woodlark
  • Blue Rock Thrush
  • Rock Thrush
  • Dartford Warbler
  • Subalpine Warbler
  • Orphean Warbler
  • Bonelli's Warbler
  • Firecrest
  • Crested Tit
  • Short-toed Treecreeper
  • Red-billed Chough
  • Rock Sparrow
  • Rock Bunting
  • Ortolan Buntin