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This is a huge wetland with several path options for exploring and do some bird watching. We came earlier in the day so it was a little more tolerable.. otherwise, bring plenty of water, a hat or umbrella and take your time. There are birds...More
I spent a lovely day at las Tablas de Daumier in spite of the lack of rain. The aquifer usually can be seen full of water but currently all the landscape is rather dry. However the local animals and trees and plants makes the visit...More
The Tablas de Daimiel park is a beautiful place to take a walk in any occasion. There are different paths you can take depending on how much time/ how much you want to walk.
BETTER TO COME FROM OCTOBER TO MARCH - during the summer...More
The scenery in this beautiful park was outstanding! It was great to get out of the city. Upon arriving, we parked our car in the lot, and went to the visitor center where we asked for a map. The lady working there was very knowledgeable...More
This is a very nice and unique protected natural area where many local bird species can be easily spotted.
Wooden walkways make it very easy to walk around and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Terrain is flat in general, so it can be visited by kids...More
I've been to a couple of other national Parks in Spain and it has always been necessary to make some sort of reservation. I hadn't made any pre - preparation to visit Daimiel but, as I was there, I thought I may as well take...More
In the dry land of La Mancha is this great natural park with a lot of water and paradise for birds. Even on a hot day you will be able to relax close to water and see a totally different Castilla La Mancha.
Three trails leading from the visitor centre take the visitor into the heart of this wetland. Boarded and railed walkways through the pools make it very easy to get remarkably close to the wildlife, even with several coach-loads of largely uninterested school children racketing around...More