Natura 2000 Network
Costas Garraf is an area of special importance for food and seabird communities of the Delta del Llobregat, Delta del Ebro and even the Mediterranean shearwater breeds in the Balearic Islands. It is also an important area for bird migration in the periods of rest.
The European Commission has launched, with the collaboration of the European Environment Agency, a cartographic viewer of the Natura 2000 network, which offers various search options and location of sites that make up the network in Europe Both the names for the species of interest and the sites and habitats where they can find.
Consortium spaces are natural spaces of high environmental value. The mountains by the sea, weeds, pine trees, bushes, a geological heritage of rugged coastline with beaches, coves, caves, crevices, faults, cliffs (eg blowers), with areas of dunes and reeds or delta at the mouth of Foix, and sea beds of great interest to Posidonia oceanica, Cymodocea nodosa
Small mammals, amphibians, reptiles, bats and birds are an important faunal diversity, particularly relevant in the case of birds, with the presence of baladriga Balearic shag, baladriga Shearwater, Storm Bird, Audouin Gull, Gulls, terns Plover, etc.
Farmland with vineyards and arable crops, walkways, trails and long routes, the medieval hermitage of the Virgen de Gracia and the remains of medieval castle Miralpeix or the cave of the giant pit with the discovery of Neanderthal jaw, through the lighthouse and the port of Vilanova, give this coastline a special uniqueness.