The Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park is a place of ecological diversity and threatened fauna species. Many species are now only found within the boundary of the Natural Park. It is also a place where sea meets land and where you can see the interaction between the two. The Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park is a magivcal place, not likely to be forgotten by the visitor.
The Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park was declared a Natural Park in 1989 and consists of approximately 10,522 ha include lands belonging to the municipalities of Cádiz, Chiclana from the border, El Puerto de Santa María, Puerto Real, and San Fernando.
Its special geological and climatic characteristics, its salt flats, dunes, pipes, plains and pine forests sit on a large estuary, in which the action of the sea, the wind and river sediments deposited over centuries have drawn a mosaic of landscapes that make up the Bay of Cádiz. From a bird's eye view, the bay of Cadiz appears like a sheet of water closed by a narrow causeway that connects Cádiz with San Fernando.