Throughout the park there are spectacular forests of various types, of which the beech forests are the best preserved in the Iberian Peninsula. The area is covered by meadows, limestone mountains, valleys and steep slopes, streams and brooks that flow into the great rivers; the Sella and the Ponga.
Flora and fauna in the Natural Park of Ponga
Numerous species inhabit these extensive fields, especially the deer that take refuge through the ample woodlands. At the end of the summer rains, the deer mating season begins, which attracts hundreds of tourists to contemplate the struggles of these to get females, so at this time guided tours are scheduled. Other species such as the brown bear, fox, roe deer, chamois and wild boar are present in the area.