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We only discovered Santa Pola nature park by accident when visiting the town, we visited the salt museum and strolled around the salt lagoon where we saw flamingos, little egrets, blackwinged stilts, avocets, gulls and several species of ducks, well worth a visit, next time...More
The Santa Pola tourist office runs a free tour in English. In the morning you can meet at the Salt Museum ,have the tour that goes inside and out to the adjacent lagoon. The guide is very friendly and knowledgeable. The afternoon meets at the...More
We burned quite a few calories walking to this nature park then walking around it. There's some potential for picnic spots and lots of decking and viewing areas for taking photos. We didn't get to see flamingos, however, we did see some nice birds. A...More
If you have wheels a drive from Alicante to Santa Pola along the N332 is a must. Approaching Santa Pola are the Salinas either side of the road where flamingoes and other birds congregate as well as the large white mountains of collected salt. There...More
We originally visited the Dunes Country Park and walked along the boardwalk. One side runs parallel with a few lakes, with a few bird hides along the way, but we saw very few flamingos.
The N332 runs through the whole area. It's worth heading into...More
You get great views of the salt lakes and all the bird life feeding here when you are driving along the N332 in either direction, passengers can take in the views, but if you are the driver I suggest you find a lay-by and park...More
The free museum shows the history of salt some parts are in English but other parts not leaving you to wonder what the machinery did.
The museum sits next to a lagoon which you can walk around and see the wild flamigoes but beware the...More
This was my 2nd visit to the Salt Lake, I love it, the water is like stepping into a hot bath, and I was blessed to be there when the sun was setting, it was breathtaking 😊I love how the mud and salt make my...More
Well, a local friend brought me there with no expectations, as is just a factory that you get salt out to feed nordic roads on winter time to remove snow. Well, such a mistake! is worth to take a car drive from Elche, 10 minutes,...More
If you want to go there intentionally it is loose of time, but if you are on your way it's ok to stop and see. There were no flamingos when we stopped but I am sure they are sometimes as I've seen them from the...More