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Albufera de Anna

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Albufera de Anna

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HorseFace66 wrote a review Oct 2019
Kent UK3 contributions3 helpful votes
We visited the parkland at Alubfera de Anna with friends in early September this year. What we didn't realise was that, although the park was still accessible, it had more or less closed in terms of what was available. There should have been a (man made) waterfall, feeding into a very large pool where you could paddle and swim but the waterfall had been turned off and the water didn't look too inviting. The very large lake itself is home to hundreds and hundreds of aquatic birds so the water in there would be thick with their droppings etc and swimming in it wasn't advisable. In addition most of the little bars and restaurants around the perimeter of the lake were closed, the season having been deemed as "over"! Nothwithstanding, we did find one little restaurant where the proprietors were only too pleased to serve 8 of us and we spent an agreeable couple of hours eating and drinking and admiring the outlook. I dare say that in the height of summer (i.e. one week prior to our visit!), the whole place would have been very lively and packed so perhaps we were better off visiting when we did. A good place to go with young children as there are quite a few climbing frames, swings etc etc and they would love to chase the birds around too!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Elizaelena wrote a review Oct 2018
Castellón de la Plana, Spain71 contributions7 helpful votes
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Muy bonito explicado, very well explained , very interesting trip , fue un verdadero placer , muy interesante ☺️
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Wetlander-2013 wrote a review Oct 2018
Oirschot, Nederland162 contributions31 helpful votes
In a guided tour (field trip) we visited the constructed wetlands of Albufera, Valencia, with a VIP status, organised by the University Polytechnics of Valencia, assisted by the city of Valencia, the local nature conservation NGO and the local Bird protection NGO. Very interesting and beautiful.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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LovelyPlanett wrote a review Jun 2017
Zipolite, Mexico53 contributions43 helpful votes
Well, how about you stay in a place where you will be the only tourist in town? There! Anna is a charming, totally quiet, green lush little town on smalish plateau surrounded with gorges on eastern and western side and with many fresh springs and fountains scattered in town plazas. Perhaps not a first choice for social-savy and self-centric travellers, but it does provide ample riddance. In nearby village (1 km away) there is fantastic winery, Anna got three nice places to eat, there is white water gorge to chill out in summer afternoon and only 10 minute ride to the nearby and more prominent Xativa. And yes, there is a lake 10 minute out of town, but I didn't want to write review about the lake in the first place.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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WhibsValencia_Spain wrote a review Sep 2016
Valencia, Spain17 contributions4 helpful votes
The Albufera de Anna is a natural fresh water lake fed by mountain springs, the complex houses a purpose built swimming pool a rock built bathing pool filled by the natural springs three restaurants and two drinks and Tapas chalets. Boats are available for hire to explore the lake and is number of resident water foul. Attached to the area is a caravan and camping site and BBQ area. Ample car parking but gets very busy at weekends and public holidays.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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