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Laguna de Fuente Piedra, Andalucia
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  • Just like that, right in the Andalusian products at Fuendra hinterland the Pieta a nature reserve where you can find Flamingos. We were there in late april and that's not the best time but still there were a hundred. Take binoculars because they can sit far away. Nice walks. Nice visitor center. We are a good 2 km southern more driven and then by the olive Orchard walked to the lake where we had a nice, high viewpoint. The outward journey (we came from Torrox) we did through the mountains via Antequera, back through the highway in over 60 minutes.
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  • We knew that the flamingos would not be here but having been to Lake Bogora we were interested to see another stop on the flamingos flight. It was such a beautiful peaceful place and it was lovely to ...  more »
  • Landscape to visit in summer since is when there are more flamenco and is looks nice. Is a ride of an hour approximately, depends of the time that want take. The worst thing is the heat that there is nothing of shadows and you have to go with water and Cap. I advise to go first thing in the morning. Them Flemish is come far but is come, with a telephoto lens or binoculars perfect, then there are other species by the road (turtles, fish, birds...) And the visitor center is scarce but well explained you the site.
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  • January with a full lagoon, and fewer insects! The lagoon is fed by underground water. When the water table drops through drought and pumping for irrigating the surrounding crops, the lake level drops too. But in January the lake was brim-full, and loads of wildfowl all around. The famous flamingos were just taking on their brightest pink tinge, ready for the breeding season. The reason that I know that is thanks to the excellent (although unheated!) Visitors' Centre which was very informative. It also has good lavatories - ASEOS is what you look for. Binoculars would be useful. As the lake was so large, even walking some way the flocks of birds were some distance off. When you drive into the site having driven through the little town of Fuente de Piedra, on the left is a sign saying Disabled Access - Acceso para discapacitados. We ignored that and drove to the right, thinking it meant wheelchair access to the centre, avoiding a step or two. It's more than that as the carpark on the right has a whole flight of steepish steps; you might prefer the other access with a stepless walk to the centre. What surprised me about the whole site was the large number of "ordinary" birds, by which I mean not waterfowl. I guess that the water to drink, and above all the number of insects around encourages them. Which brings me to my final point - I guess some insect repellent would be useful in the warmer months .
  • we saw water turtles and were lucky enough to still spot flaminos in semptember in a distance of about 150 meters. good visitor center with a lot of informations about the species living in and around the lake.
  • Saw 10 flamingoes, no water so only 4* from me. Visitor centre is on the north side of the lake near the town.
  • Unfortunately, there is there no flamingos and other birds. The farmers have the waters of the lagoon to the water the fields used. Status: September 2016
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  • It is worth visiting it
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