Cultural Enviroment

Cultural Landscapes  reflect the cultural and spiritual relationships of people with nature and the intangible, socio-cultural dimension inherent to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.

Cultural landscapes often reflect traditional techniques of sustainable land-use,supporting biological diversity with its flora and fauna which define,among others,its Gastronomy.

Other cultural landscapes inherent in popular beliefs, customs, traditions, artistic creation embody an excellent spiritual relationship between people and nature and are part of our collective identity.