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The Natural Park area was beautiful, especially the beach. The shallows stretched over a large area so it was perfect for young families.
We only had around ten hours docked in Mahon Port on a cruise ship - the Park wasn’t far from the capital,...More
It rained the whole day, but I can imagine that on a dry sunny day you would have time to stop and do a lot of bird watching. We took the long path ( 3 hrs ) this I would not recommend. The short ways...More
This is a great natural park. On arrival it is worth picking up a leaflet from the information centre which gives you a map of the 3 walking routes. None of the routes are particularly long, but they are nice nonetheless. They take about 30...More
This is well worth a visit. It's a huge natural area with a variety of habitats that are teeming with wildlife. There's a lagoon with brackish water, we saw many ducks, coots (even a red knobbed one), osprey, flamingo, various gulls and waders. The surrounding...More
you need to follow the main road to Es Grau, about a mile or so before you get to the village there is a sign and dirt track leading to the visitors centre, inside there you can pick up a map and there are toilets....More