La Albufera National Park (40 min drive from Valencia) still holds centenarian traditions for fishing and sailing which only take place there, and it is one of the most important places for bird watching in Spain as there is more than 350 species of birds in the area. Explore this beautiful park, home to Spain’s largest lake and some of the country’s most scenic wetlands and lagoons with our La Albufera accessible tour.
During the tour we will visit one of the villages in the park and see the typical barracas, Valencian fishermen huts, and your local guide will tell you about the history and traditions of the area and its inhabitants. Sailing through the rice fields of Valencia on an accessible barge you will also learn about the unique natural environment of these wetlands and its flora and fauna. To end the tour we will take you to enjoy a typical seafood lunch at one of the local restaurants in the park.
Our dear friends; we hope you and your loved ones are well. The government here in Spain has taken measures in order to reduce the spread of the virus similar to those in other countries in the world. At this difficult time, we send our thoughts to those who have suffered the flue, and also to the health care staff at hospitals, who are putting their lives at risk under this uncertainty. Next weeks will tell what new measures are taken at airports in regards to international travel, until then we wish you the best patience and take everyday precautions. We are hoping to see you again, and we remain available to answer any question or concern you may have about traveling to Spain.