Pinus sylvestris Fr: Pin Sylvestre
The Scots pine grows abundantly in the lower and middle altitudes. The shape is conical or like a pyramid until the trees are older, when the tops flatten out or otherwise get more interesting shapes.
The trunks are distinctive, with the upper two-thirds looking bright rust-red from a distance. From closer, you'll see a thin gray bark that flakes off, exposing the red color beneath.
The needles have a bluish tint, especially compared to the maritime pine, and these two trees often grow together.