Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park
Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park (Parque Natural de la Bahía de Cádiz) is a 10,522-hectare (26,000-acre) natural park located in the province of Cádiz (Andalusia, Spain). It was established in 1989.
Located at the mouth of the Guadalete river, it consists of marshland, beaches, reed and sand dunes. It has many types of shrubs and bushes, and ocean pine.
Recreational activities include bird watching, sailing, windsurfing and hiking.
It has been designated a Site of Community Importance. Animals that can be found include solan goose, stork, cormorant, great crested grebe, seagull, flamingo, tern, sea eagle and avocet. The park is a Special Protection Area (Zona de Especial Protección para las Aves, ZEPA)