Guide to nature in El Puerto de Santa María, Province of Cádiz. Get all the info you need. Guide to parks, natural attractions, landscapes and much more.
If you are a nature and beach lover, we recommend to spend your holidays in El Puerto de Santa Maria. The province of Cádiz is well known for protecting many of its natural areas in an exceptional way, rich and varied with flora and where wonderful species of different animals live.
Visit the Bay of Cádiz Natural Park, which you can do on foot or by bike. The special ecological characteristics of these wetlands are caused by the influence of the nearby ocean and the mild Mediterranean climate. You will find Coto de la Isleta within this Park, a natural area covering more than 10,000 acres.
Don’t forget about Marisma de los Toruños y Pinar de la Algaida Natural Park, a small peninsula formed by the Guadalete River and the seas erosion. The marshes constitute the main landscape elements (one of the best preserved of the Bay) and the coastal sandy areas and beaches.
Visit and enjoy the magnificent beaches here, such as Playa de Levante, Playa de Santa Catalina, Playa de Valdelagrana. Playa de la Muralla, Playa de la Calita, Playa de Fuentebravía or Playa de la Puntilla. You will love sunbathing at one of these beautiful beaches, with golden sands and crystal clear waters.
Complejo Endorreico de El Puerto de Santa María (Endorheic Basin) is composed of three lagoons: Salada, Chica and Juncosa Lagoons. On the other hand, Dunas de San Antón offer a great opportunity to practise nature leisure activities, thanks to its recreational area, along which the promenade runs. Walking along it, you can enjoy views of the Bay of Cádiz and its coastline.
All this and more can be done to make the most of nature in El Puerto de Santa Maria. TUDESTINO gives you all the information you need, as well as a set of activities that will make your time here unforgettable!