The area is great for pleasant walks to discover the great variety of animal species and the wealth of vegetation, thanks to the contrasts created by the proximity of the sea.
There is a wide array of options and routes available to help you spend an unforgettable day there.
The park has almost 5,000 hectares and numerous pools and marshes and it is the permanent home and resting place for hundreds of species of migratory birds.
The park is a perfect spot for family and nature tourism. The 40 kilometres of signposted routes running through it, like the Ponds Route or the River Muga Natural Path, are ideal for hiking, cycle tourism and birdwatching, from specially designed hides.
El Cortalet is the park’s information and documentation centre. It is the starting point for various itineraries suitable for all ages and it’s the place to go to sign up for activities and guided visits.