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We walked this on the only cloudy, wind driven day we had in Majorca this last week (March). The paths are very clear and well marked. Often shared with MTB's, they are wide enough for all to use safely.
Enjoyed a visit to this birdwatchers Mecca. Its free to visit and gorgeous to walk whether you are interested in birds or not. A series of lakes,canals and ponds are linked by well signed footpaths, all flanked by stunning sky high reeds. We enjoyed biking...More
You do have to walk a fair bit to get into s'Albufera but it is worth it. However, there are few facilities so:
Take a drink of water as there is no cafeteria nor shop. We saw a rusty old drinks machine which, if it...More
Even on a rainy day, Albufera was a really interesting place to visit. The park area is pretty big, and there are many walking routes to choose from. The visitor centre is good and offers plenty of information. For bird lovers, this is a really...More
Lots of amazing birds- and clear view of an osprey. Flamingoes, night heron, crested coot, and lots more than my husband could name but had not seen before.
Be warned- no café or anywhere to buy water. but there are toilets.
Some of the paths...More
Great place to visit. My husband was lucky enough to see an Osprey from one of the hides.
Don't forget to take binoculars, camera,sunscreen, insect repellent and water with you. Make sure your wearing a pair of comfortable shoes and if you take your time...More
The park was a nice place to walk to when the weather was a bit grey not too much to see although there were lots of bird watchers with cameras lens ready to snap away. It seemed a bit too rough roundvthe edges for me
We cycled into the parc. The paths are stony and a bit muddy and if you want to bird watch it is best to go on foot and patiently observe. We found it a peaceful area but a bit disappointing. Reeds very tall so impossible...More
Hadn’t taken to opportunity to visit until our last day because of the utterly bizarre no running sign. It’s a nice place to walk, there’s a little bit of wildlife but not a great deal to be honest. Find it very strange to ban people...More
We walked there from our hotel and I don't think you can drive anywhere on the reserve. I don't even remember seeing a car park at the entrance. You also have to walk down quite a long path before you get to the information... More
We walked there from our hotel and I don't think you can drive anywhere on the reserve. I don't even remember seeing a car park at the entrance. You also have to walk down quite a long path before you get to the information centre and the reserve itself.