Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) is the predominat species of trees, although the black pine (Pinus nigra) and the cluster pine (Pinus pinaster) can be seen in high zones. There are also small areas with holm oaks (Quercus rotundifolia), Valencian oaks (Quercus faginea) and Montpellier maples (Acer monspessulanum).
Elms (Ulmus) and black poplar (Populus nigra) grow in the ravines and springs proximities together with bushy plants like honeysuckles (Lornicera), neriums (Nerium oleander), dog roses (Rosa canina) or the Mediterranean smilax (Smilax aspera).
There is well-developed understorey in some hillsides comprising kermes oaks (Quercus coccifera), mastic trees (Pistacia lentiscus), Mediterranean buckthorn (Rhamnus lycioides) and cades (Juniperus oxycedrus), among others.
The significant dissimilarities among the areas with different solar exposure are noticeable in the vegetation coverage. In areas which are more exposed to the sun, we can find sparto grass (Stipa tenacissima) and aromatic plants such as rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), thymes (Thymus) or ironwort (Sideritis). On the mountain peaks, vegetation stands out for its adaptation to extreme meteorological conditions, represented by the blue broom (Erinacea anthillys) and junipers (Juniperus phoenicea).