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Tablas de Daimiel National Park

#1 of 11 things to do in Daimiel Features Animals
Daimiel, Spain
+34 926 69 31 18
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Beautiful peaceful park with great walking trails

The scenery in this beautiful park was outstanding! It was great to get out of the city. Upon... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Megan F
Beautiful and very interesting natural protected area

This is a very nice and unique protected natural area where many local bird species can be easily... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2017
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  • Average9%
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1 week ago
“Beautiful peaceful park with great walking trails”
23 Mar 2017
“Beautiful and very interesting natural protected area”
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Daimiel, Spain
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+34 926 69 31 18
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The scenery in this beautiful park was outstanding! It was great to get out of the city. Upon arriving, we parked our car in the lot, and went to the visitor center where we asked for a map. The lady working there was very knowledgeable...More

Thank Megan F
Reviewed 23 March 2017

This is a very nice and unique protected natural area where many local bird species can be easily spotted. Wooden walkways make it very easy to walk around and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Terrain is flat in general, so it can be visited by kids...More

Thank susanitasale
Reviewed 23 July 2016

I've been to a couple of other national Parks in Spain and it has always been necessary to make some sort of reservation. I hadn't made any pre - preparation to visit Daimiel but, as I was there, I thought I may as well take...More

Thank Culebronchris
Reviewed 7 June 2016 via mobile

In the dry land of La Mancha is this great natural park with a lot of water and paradise for birds. Even on a hot day you will be able to relax close to water and see a totally different Castilla La Mancha. If you...More

2  Thank Sulami79
Reviewed 22 May 2016

Three trails leading from the visitor centre take the visitor into the heart of this wetland. Boarded and railed walkways through the pools make it very easy to get remarkably close to the wildlife, even with several coach-loads of largely uninterested school children racketing around...More

2  Thank Martin G
Reviewed 14 October 2015

As avid birdwatchers this has been one of the top places to visit on our trips south each year. We managed to fit it in this time and, how disappointed we were. It is a beautiful wetland but, few hides, distant views of birds and,...More

Thank french45
Reviewed 22 September 2015

Large area of w1etlands with paths to walk right into the park and watch the birds. And it's completely free. Wear comfortable shoes and take water

Thank Gill_Humphrey
Reviewed 13 September 2015

The wetland is a little gem situated around 30 minutes drive from Daimiel. If you're interested in birds, dragonflies and reptiles this is the place for you. There is ample parking and a little visitor centre which gives an overview of the park and which...More

Thank Nathan C
Reviewed 14 August 2015 via mobile

Don't get me wrong, I loved the view but I wasn't utterly amazed by it and there were no birds to see :/

Thank Andreia S
Reviewed 26 May 2015

Because of excessive water extraction by local farmers this wetland almost ceased to exist a few years back; there was even underground combustion of the peat! The authorities are now transferring water from elsewhere to maintain reasonable water levels, at least during the springtime. I...More

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Amparobert
Hola, tenermos pensado acercarnos en agosto, yendo de paso a nuestro destino de vacaciones ¿alquien sabe si es recomendable en esa fecha, o estará seco? Lo digo por ir o no. Gracias por vuestra respuesta.
24 June 2015|
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Response from Octavio A | Reviewed this property |
No creo que estén secas, ahora bien, he de reconocer y lo conozco bien, que no es la mejor época del año, especialmente por el calor, también por ser una zona de características pantanosas puede haber mosquitos; de todos... More
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Julian G
Es mejor visita guiada o ir por libre? Vamos con niños!
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Response from CarthagoSpartaria | Reviewed this property |
Sin duda con guía. Nosotros lo compramos por la web, y para los niños es más divertido pues le dan un cuaderno para identificar los animales y plantas. Sin duda con guía.
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NaturaIndomita
Perdón, pero no entiendo lo de que "hay que llevar pan para echar de comer a los patos". Estamos hablando de un Parque Nacional, es decir, uno de los 15 Santuarios Naturales que quedan en España. Comportamientos como el sugerido están prohibidos y dicen mucho sobre el conocimiento que de los espacios naturales tiene la población. Esto no es un parque de atracciones, ni un parque público de una ciudad, se supone que es un espacio donde el ecosistema se expresa de forma libre. Aquí el ser humano es sólo un espectador, y los animales no son "pajaros de jaula" a los que hay que darles de comer. Por cierto, recordar también que están prohibidos los "animales de compañía", y que introducir estos animales en un espacio natural es un riesgo muy serio para los verdaderos habitantes de estos espacios. Gracias.
1 April 2015|
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Response from carlos_valverderujas | Reviewed this property |
Efectivamente no se puede dar de comer a ningún animal, pero es una cuestión de educación y respeto y a pesar de no haber nadie puntualmente vigilando, por eso vamos a hacer lo incorrecto.
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