The landscapes in Taza are typically Mediterranean with its seashores, cliffs, valleys and mountains. Since 1923, the smallest national park has been a safe haven for the endemic Kabylie nuthatch and the endangered Barbary macaque. Taza holds a patchwork of gall oak and Algerian oak forests mixed with mastic tree, giant heather and strawberry tree. The biosphere reserve offers niches for the endemics: honeysuckle of kabylie, germanders of Kabylie, oregano, figwort and broom of Kabylie. In the valley and mountains dwell the caracal, the otter and the common genet. The reserve is home for the common buzard, long-legged buzzard, Bonelli’s eagle, golden eagle, peregrine falcon and common kestrel in Djebel Taounart. The sea nestles the endangered brown algae, red algae, the endemic ribbed Mediterranean limpet, the noble pen shell, loggerhead sea turtle and short-beaked common dolphin. Taza neighborhoods feature the Cave of Friouato in Jijel area, the Roman vestige ‘Chobae Municipium’ in Ziama Masouriah, the Phoenician archeological site of Rabta and the lighthouse historical site, and Beni Belaid wetland in Kheiri Oued Adjoul.