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What travellers are saying
- The marina area and the promenade down from the end of Isla Canela is really lovely. Still fairly quiet in May but lots of restaurants and cafe bars getting ready to open. Ferry boat across to Isla Christina is very good. Go Sunday for the clothes market, real bargains to be had.. Walk across the road bridge to Punta Del Moral, traditional fishing village and worth a couple of hours.Written May 25, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We enjoyed spending an hour wandering around this square, having a drink, and admiring the very well kept monument to our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. Shaded by palm trees, it’s a very pleasant place to spend some time and watch the world go by.Written February 21, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very nice bridge, as bridges go, just like a mini QE2 UK Bridge connects Spain to Portugal by Autovia, Free of charge too! When travelling from Spain to Portugal you put clocks BACK ONE Hour, Tourists can pull into Service area on arrival in Portugal and register there car for Autopay Motorways in Portugal, they take an Auto photo of car Reg. and your credit card details, and you do not need to stop to pay any motorway fees in PORTUGAL,Written May 11, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This attractive church looks impressive as you approach it, with the steps making you look upwards towards the entrance and the bell tower above. There are several café bars where you can sit on the adjacent street.Written June 8, 2023
- We visited this old tidal mill during low tide. The entrance is free. Inside the mill all panels are in Spanish only, but the lady at the desk gave us an English Audioguide for free that worked OK.
It was nice to see how the millstones were moved by the water that was coming from the see to the swamps.
In the surrounding nature park there are quite a few birds and tiny crabs that come out of holes in the mud. They are easily scared, so it takes time to see them.
A lot of local people were walking there, I think because it is not far from Ayamonte.Written February 28, 2020
- A small museum in the marshes (Las marismas), about 15 minutes walk from Ayamonte centre - just follow the road behind the tourist office up by the river. The museum used to be an old mill so it is quite interesting. The view from the roof across the marshes is a great spot for bird watching - bring your binoculars. Ana was very helpful and will advise you on the best places to visit to see flamingos, the local salt pans etc.Written October 10, 2018
- Here on vacay with my wife and our two boys (15 & 12). We rented scooters to explore the area when we stumbled onto this nature reserve. All I can say is WOW! Coming from the busy/crowded Amsterdam area, I was a real treat to be completely surrounded by nature and nothing else. Everyone was impressed...yes, even our boys...so we considered this outing a win!!🙌🏾!
So, if you’re in the area, I would definitely recommend you rent bikes, scooters, or if your feeling adventurous...hike it for yourself. You won’t be disappointed!Written August 13, 2019
- We were a group of 13 who stayed for 3 nights in early May 2023 to okay golf. We were really impressed with the hotel and staff, just so helpful. The rooms have obviously had a major refurbishment and were very nice. We only had breakfast each day, but that was excellent. We didn’t play the Old Course (long story) but did play the Links twice and that was good. The local town (Ayamonte) is very authentic and friendly and has great restaurants and bars and a nice harbour area. Would totally recommend.Written May 16, 2023
- This is a free Zoo in the middle of Ayamonte. There were 2 bears, a tiger, monkeys and a few other animals. You can walk around it in about 20 minutes or so. They are not the best of enclosures for the animals.Written August 9, 2018
- We stumbled on this place by accident whilst walking around Ayamonte. Very nice building from the outside and also very pleasant inside. Gives you a sense of how people must have lived in this part of Spain in the past.Written October 31, 2019
Frequently Asked Questions about Ayamonte
- The most popular things to do in Ayamonte with children according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- JetSkiDream Isla Canela
- Excursiones Maritimas Islenas Isla canela
- Kanela Sailing School
- Turismar excursiones en barco
- Transporte fluvial del Guadiana