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This area is nice for a walk or exercise but it's not very scenic or otherwise important. Only exception would be for birdwatchers as the place providers great opportunity for it. Close by there are much more beautiful and easy-access areas. If you are a...More
No. 5 bus from Malaga buy a 1.30 euro ticket to Guadalmar which is the next stop after St Julian. Buses every 30 minutes. Cross the road turn left and walk the few metres back to the little roundabout and take first right. The road...More
For nature lovers, a very nice place to explore; Ornitologues will find very quit places to observe and make nice pictures of all sorts of exotic birds; In spring a lot of wonderful flowers are bording the river.
Off the beaten track and difficult to get too but worth the effort. Good for a stretch of the legs and many bird hides. 40+ different species should be easily achieved. especially good for Raptors and water birds.
When I was there the whole area was flooded abd therefore it was not easy to access the area. I ended up blocked and had to make a big detour due to extreme flooding.
I would love to go back and visit in better conditions....More
Not much nature going on in December with presumably most of the usual bird life having gone south for the winter. There are man made paths and there's plenty of terrain to cover along the river to the beach. Pleasant enough for a stroll.
I would be hard pushed to call this a real nature reserve, nestled between fields, roads and houses, it is to be fair a long pleasant walk which will eventually lead you up to some beaches, but even these I found to be a bit...More