Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park

In Spain we have infinity of Natural parks, authentic wonders of nature where there are many species of all kinds of flora and fauna. In Cadiz There are five of them, although today I bring you just one, since it would be impossible for me to summarize in one article all that there is. The Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park It covers the municipalities of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz, San Fernando, Puerto Real, Chiclana de la Frontera, El Santa Maria Port and Trebujena. Its extension is almost 11,000 hectares.

Inside is the Sancti Petri Natural Park, where there are several beaches such as Río San Pedro (Puerto Real), Camposoto Beach (San Fernando) or Castillo Beach (San Fernando). You can also see the impressive Sancti Petri Marshes and the Trocadero Island, both declared long ago Natural Sites and sites that are totally worth discovering.

The climate in that area is Mediterranean, so it is very likely that you get good weather and at least a little bit of sun, although depending on the date you go. Among the most important flora in the area you will find pines and bushes in general, in the marshes with spartins, salicornia and sarcoconia. In the dunes you can see species as unique as the sea blonde, the sea ​​thistle or the sea turtle. Among the fauna, animals like seagulls, terns, avocets, flamingos, herons or ospreys.

In the Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park you can not only enjoy the views but you can also practice activities such as navigation, bird watching, horse trails, trekking, diving, scuba diving, canoeing, fishing, sailing, rowing, surfing ... an infinite number of options so that your visit to this natural wonder is not only to see it but you can also enjoy it by fully immersing yourself in it.


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