Spain has a very diversified geography and several climatic zones. The Mediterranean and continental climate dominate the Iberian Peninsula and this shapes both the vegetation as well as the fauna and types of animals found in Spain.
Spain has mountains, the Atlantic coast, the Mediterranean coast, huge plains in the center of the country, and a semi-arid area.
The landscape is typified by a strange landscape of low earth cliffs and deep ravines filled with citrus trees.
With such a wide range of habitats of all kinds, Spain’s plant world is extremely rich but due to global warming and constant fires over the past year, biodiversity is put in danger.