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Parque Natural Sierra de Andujar

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Great place to see wildlife - including lynx

We went out for a day's expedition with José Luis Sanchez of Iberian Lynx land and saw so much... read more

Reviewed 30 April 2017
Devaflam
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Chester, United Kingdom
´Viewing Iberian Lynx

The only place outside of Coto Doñana to see Iberian Lynx. Either along the Rio Jandula, or from... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2017
Richard H
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Benfleet, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 30 April 2017

We went out for a day's expedition with José Luis Sanchez of Iberian Lynx land and saw so much wildlife. As well as watching the lynx for over an hour - spanish imperial and golden eagles, three sorts of bat, golden oriole, hoopoe, woodpeckers, three...More

5  Thank Devaflam
Reviewed 21 January 2017

The only place outside of Coto Doñana to see Iberian Lynx. Either along the Rio Jandula, or from the track to the dam across the Embalse del Jándula.

2  Thank Richard H
Reviewed 9 January 2017

The park is beautiful and offers probably the best opportunity to spot the endangered and endemic Iberian Lynx, together with other mammals and birds species. Too bad most of it is private land, most of it private game reservations, although it is posible to explore...More

2  Thank Alessandra F
Reviewed 4 September 2016

They are very few places in Europe that are able to show such a biodiversity than the Sierra de Andujar. Deer literally abound here. And you can see many other species too. Of course the graal is the iberian lynx (the rarest cat species in...More

2  Thank jboule
Reviewed 29 October 2015

The park is well respected with varied habitats. We went looking fo lynx but saw wild boar, otter, ibex, moufflon, Spanish Imperial Eagle, fallow and red deer - the haunting roar of the stags was everywhere. Our second visit, we love it here.

2  Thank Molly046
Reviewed 26 May 2015

This was a lovely wild park that you can spend weeks exploring. Some of the roads are very bumpy but worth it for the views. Bird life is plentiful and scenary is lovely. Sadly we did not see lynx. The park would be better if...More

Thank Rachwhor
Reviewed 29 July 2014

Varied landscape and plenty of wildlife to see but unfortunately we went to both Lynx sites but came away without seeing one. Be careful as one of the sites is 16km down a dirt track road and some of the locals in their 4 +4...More

Thank Steve L
Reviewed 10 July 2014

The park is very scenic and has plenty of wildlife, particularly birds, though most people are searching for the Iberian Lynx. It is very easy to see both Red and Fallow Deer, wild bulls and rabbits with foxes and boar being relatively common at twilight....More

6  Thank Gaelic_nomad
Reviewed 2 July 2014

Great birdlife - eagles of many species, griffon and black vultures, flycatchers, bee-eaters etc. saw hundreds of red and many fallow deer, a few wild boar but no lynx. The area is scenic but access is limited and you have to stick to roads and...More

2  Thank KSAfricaHack
Reviewed 26 September 2013

Fantastic wildlife. Great birds especially raptors! Best time would be spring and autumn for birding.

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