Andalusian Wetlands

Andalucia has one of the richest and most diverse wetlands in Europe. There are examples of these beautiful ecosystems in all the provinces in Andalusia, so we suggest a route that allows you to explore the most prominent and, by the way, enjoy the cultural and culinary diversity of this land.

The mouth of the river Guadalhorce (Málaga) provides an example of coastal wetland of singular beauty and has been classified as a Nature Reserve, as home to several ecosystems of interest.
Camila‘s Pond (Cadiz) is an oasis of life in the middle of the Sierra de Grazalema, declared years ago as Biosphere Reserve and a shelter for many native species.
Doñana National Park in Huelva offers several ecosystems that are worth visiting, either on foot or in vehicles or even by horse riding. This wetland is a rest area of several families of migratory birds like flamingos.
Laguna de la Dehesa de Abajo (Sevilla) is an example of the classic interior wetland, where coexist ancestral traditional agricultural practices with spaces classified as nature reserves.
Malpasillo Reservoir (Córdoba) is the result of human intervention to create an artificial environment, that nature has taken care to dress in beautiful apparel and populate with various aquatic species and birds.
The Laguna de Siles (Jaén) is located between the Sierra de Cazorla, Segura and las Villas, presenting to the traveler a land of contrasts and unique beauty.

 

Las Salinas de Cabo de Gata (Almería) are one of the most unique landscapes of the Andalusian terrain, a place where coexist desert and sea, creating a very special place that you can not find anywhere else.
Peatlands of Padul (Granada) invited to enter into the Natural Park of Sierra Nevada to find a place of undeniable charm, set in a privileged environment.
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