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Parc Natural dels Aiguamolls de l'Empordà is a natural park located near Roses, a little town in well-known Costa Brava, in Girona region, in Catalonia. Here it is possible to walk around the wetlands, thr beach and see some lighthouses. Also you can see very...More
We had intended to go for a short stroll but ended up spending most of the day here as there is so much to see. Parking costs 5 euros which us very reasonable given that it gives you access to a variety of footpaths, viewing...More
We spent quite a few hours here, walking through shady lanes, along water ways and stopped for some bird spotting too. We were very lucky, as we spotted some deer in the fields. We brought a packed lunch with no problem. We also enjoyed walking...More
Lots of standing water and a cool duck viewing area. Other than that, not worth the effort to go so far out of the way. Wished we had stayed at the Empuries ruins by the sea instead.
We did get some mementos - at least...More
We visited this place three times during our holiday - once entering from El Cortalet, clear directions from St. Pere Pescador. You'll need five euros to buy a ticket from the information centre to exit the car park and the other two times around the...More
You can go there almost any time of the year. The landscape is very beatyfull. Obviously the migration time is the best to see birds.
Well indicated the itinerary . Good info and planta of bird watching places.
Nesting White Storms, Ibis, flamingos, hoopoes and many more all to the musical accompaniment of numerous nightingales.
Fabulous place to spend many hours but beware you cannot use your bike in the Parc.
Visited on the first day of Spring and it was the best we have seen it. An enormous array of birds( and deer), and very quiet. Lots of storks starting to nest, flamingoes, ibises, herons, masse s of ducks, snipe, cormorants, egrets and early swallows...More