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We spent a couple of hours wandering through this city park. The park has the added attraction of having views of the sea through the exotic foliage. There are a number of water features which add to the parks charm.
I ran from Puerto de Santa Maria (centre) to the Parc and got a bit lost on my way ended up running around the Laguna. It was really nice. Flat trail route meandering between the various water areas of the Lagunas, tons of birds, a...More
I was taken to the Parque by my friend, a local resident, and we simply walked through this area to the nearby beach. It is a natural, unspoiled area of dunes, heath land and beach, with a great variety of wild plants, trees, animals and...More
A very worthwhile visit whether walking or cycling, the pathways are very well maintained. The facility has an excellent visitors centre with Cafe and WC's , cycle hire is also available at a very reasonable cost, during our visit there where poster advising free cycle...More
Try to get to the Natural Park that is just behind Decathlon and the big cinema complex. You enter via a road that is just before Macro and then carry straight on. Within a few hundred metres you are at the park entrance. There are...More
i have been to this beach several times adn have always found it uncrowded and friendly should you need it to be. It is easy to be out of sight of others and thus really be able to enjoy nature as intended.
This park which we visited twice in our two day visit to Cadiz is fantastic. Nature lovers, hikers, and bicyclists will enjoy the peace and tranquility of this paradise for birds in the Bay of Cadiz. We went the first day by bus (get off...More
The Bahia de Cadiz Nature Park centers on a large area of wetland in the central part of the province's Atlantic coast which includes El Puerto de Santa Maria, San Fernando, and Cadiz. Phoenician and Roman remains have been found around these areas, such as...More