Tablas de Daimiel National Park, Daimiel

(4.2/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
A wetland in Spain's arid La Mancha plain, Tablas de Daimiel National Park is not only a national park but a special protection area for birds. Take a guided tour through the park by jeep or on foot, traversing the wetlands over wooden pathways. These paths offer easy walking and access to panoramic views over the grasses and nesting flocks. Bring a camera and a pair of binoculars to get a closer look at some of the feathered species populating the area. In the nearby town of Daimiel, enjoy local flavors at one of the restaurants. Book guided tours online. Make Tablas de Daimiel National Park a centerpiece of your Daimiel vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Daimiel holiday planner.
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  • We did the 2'5 km from the island's bread with Manolo, who explained everything in detail. We were lucky and we saw the cortege of the Pochard and chicks. The section in 4 x 4 with Paul and his explanations about the danger that suffered the wetland and that almost prevents us to visit it. Very interesting throughout. Any State investment will be short, take care of it!
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  • Upon entering you meet the visitor centre where give you information of the different routes for walking. I started with the recommended is the yellow, I think that the most beautiful with lots of booths to see ducks and other birds. It is a nice ride for all ages and physical forms. Then I did the Red route and part of the blue. It is worth, and access is free.
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  • There are three routes for walking, designated with different colors, yellow, blue and red. Yellow is the most typical of the wooden walkways. But if you like to walk, them can easily do all. The roads are accessible with wheelchair or cart of children. Aquifers are at the top of the water and it seems that the problem will not be repeated in a few years. This way of life, mainly birds. We got a guided tour also, and deserves punishment, and in addition the excursion in 4 x 4. It helps you to know the real dimension of the Park, and discover places to q do not have access to conventional visit.
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