We only paid to park the car, entry to the reserve was free. We walked to the old tuna factory and the visitor centre hoping to find a loo but there isnt one!! We walked miles of sandy path almost completely alone and picnicked in a hide out of the hot sun. Neither of us had seen wild flamingoes before so it was thrilling to watch them feeding in the lagoon and in flight. Also great white egrets little egrets, herons, terns, marsh harrier and stonechat - no black winged stilt. Swam in the sea. Perfect day.
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