The predominant species, in terms of fauna, is the Spanish ibex, followed by the wild boar, which over recent years has seen a dramatic upturn in its population, while the numbers of small game, rabbit and partridge etc, are falling, as is the case throughout almost all of Spain, except for the thrush, and the woodpigeon in some areas.

There are large colonies of species that are not hunted, such as vultures and birds of prey, which are both nocturnal and diurnal.

Opportunistic carnivores can also be found, including the fox, genet and badger.