Protected areas of the European Union

Protected areas of the European Union are areas which need and/or receive special protection because of their environmental, cultural or historical value to the member states of the European Union.

*NATURA 2000
*Special Area of Conservation (SAC)
*Special Protection Area (SPA)

ee also

* Protected area
* Conservation designation
* Specially Protected Areas of Mediterranean Importance


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