Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park
Válid Until 31 December 2018
The Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park has great ecological value, is a protected natural area that stretches over more than ten thousand hectares in Andalusia. It spans the municipalities of Cadiz, San Fernando, Puerto Real, Chiclana de la Frontera and El Puerto de Santa María. It includes salt marshes, beaches, pine forests, beaches and natural areas adjacent to Caño Sancti-Petri. Being located in a passageway for birds between Doñana and the Strait of Gibraltar, provides habitat for certain species of rare birds. It also has mollusk species: sea snails, brandanis, clams, shrimp and crabs, also in the salt are the "marsh fish" sole, sea bass, bream, mullet, etc. In addition to salt extraction. This area, has opted for nature tourism installing picnic areas, rest areas and outdoor sports, complemented with nature trails. In the park you can rent bikes, canoes and a train for visits.