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This was a spectacular visit, Sunday was full of families enjoying the beach and the sea. The journey was very interesting through rice fields and there were flocks of flamingos right on the side of the road
Very interesting and unusual landscape. If you go for day off, you can enjoy the river cruise, then go to the beach, see different types of birds living in the area. Very exciting to see the river flowing into the sea...
A long sandy beach with masses of space.
A new experience to drive on a sandy road and literally park on the sand.
A bit exposed and there are better areas to the east of the beach on the delta.
Stopped here to allow one of our fellow travelers to dip their toes into the Sea. The beach is long and flat and there are some vista points to look out over the sea. Easy to get to from the N-340. Sand is silty and...More
You can drive,bike or hike along this 7km long wild beach/ isthmus. We took the car,drove along as far as there is access,and parked by the entrance to the Salinas ,(from there on it's a fenced off protected area for wild life and the Salinas)then...More