From sea level to its highest mountains -which can reach 2.000 m-
Galicia offers a wide range of natural habitats.
Islands which hide suprising laurel tree woods.
Oak tree groves which float on the river Miño.
Birch tree woods where the werewolf sought shelter.
Holm oak groves which have drifted away from the Mediterranean meadows to be covered in Atlantic moss.
The westernmost beech tree woods on the Cantabrian coast.
The largest yew tree wood in Europe.
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