Within the Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park is this 525ha protected area, noted for its important wetlands which are a site for migrating birds. It also has saltpans. Like the park area, the birdlife is outstanding for its wintering waterfowl and seabirds. The best times to visit are in winter and during migration times.
Encompassing a 10,522ha flat landscape of sandy beaches, marshes, salt pans, freshwater lakes and tidal inlets, as well as the two natural areas of Isla del Trocadero and the Marismas de Sancti Petri, the Cadiz Bay supports a surprising wealth of wildlife, given the built-up areas that are in and around it, which make up a population of around 400,000.
Much of the municipality forms part of the Natural Park of the Bay of Cadiz. This environmentally protected region is an ornithologist’s delight, being a permanent home to a wide variety of birds including grey herons, cormorants, plovers and ospreys, and the temporary habitat of many more.
Set in the centre of Puerto Real and next to Las Canteras Park, Hotel Las Canteras de Puerto Real offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a terrace.
Each classically decorated room at Hotel Las Canteras has air conditioning and a private bathroom. Some rooms have a terrace.
Situated in Puerto Real, Casa de campo con piscina features accommodation with a private pool, a balcony and pool views. The air-conditioned accommodation is 42 km from Conil de la Frontera, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi.