Beceite Ibex is the sub specie of the most widely distributed Spanish Ibex on the Iberian Peninsula. One of the largest colonies of Spanish ibex can be found in the Puertos de Tortosa-Beceite region, a mountainous massif located between the provinces of Tarragona (Catalonia), Teruel (Aragón), and Castellón (Valencia). The region is characterized by the vegetation of pine, oak, and holm-oak as well as a beech forest. The territories that own La Espadella are the cradle of the Spanish ibex in the province of Castellón, where 28,000 years ago our ancestors already practiced hunting as a way of life, as can be seen in the cave paintings of the area. They are natural hunting spaces that for years have been managed so that today they can practice hunting with 100% success assured.