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Coto de Donana

Listed under National Parks in Andalucia, Spain.

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More than thirty kilometres of white, virgin sand rims the coast of this National Park and wetland reserve.

You can only explore the park on foot or on your bike – no cars are allowed – but with a permit you are allowed to fish, for fish or cockles. In the wetland and park proper you're more likely to encounter wild boar, red deer, lynx, kites, flamingos and eagles. More than 350 different bird species live in the park and this is one of the top birdwatching destinations in Spain.

Written by  Jade Cabbot.

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