Nature areas 

Charca de Brozas y Ejido Peri-urban Leisure and Conservation Park

A unique park combining wetland vegetation and typical Extremaduran woodlands

Location and Contact:

10950 Brozas , Cáceres (Extremadura)

How to get to

Opening times

MARCH TO OCTOBER

Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays:

8am-9pm.

 

NOVEMBER TO FEBRUARY

Thursday to Sunday:

10am-2pm.

Fee

Visit to natural space: free.

Guided tours and environmental education: please ask.

Fishing: please ask.

  • A unique park combining wetland vegetation and typical Extremaduran woodlands

    The unique nature of this park perhaps resides in its rich and varied wildlife, including sandpipers, mallards, eared grebes, crested grebes, grey herons, cattle egrets, black-headed gulls, large cormorants, black storks and cranes.

    So, if you are interested in birdwatching, this park is a must see. The park has a beautiful landscape with typical wetland vegetation, including reeds, daffodils and buttercups. There are also eucalyptus and pine copses on the riverbanks which complement the unusual appearance of the plains and pastures of this Brozas park. 

    You can also visit the Fish Nature School and wildlife observatory to enhance the unique experience of visiting this nature park.

  • Type:

    • City P​park

    Accessibility:

    • Disabled access
    • Admits guide dogs
    • Adapted car hire
    • Accessible car park
    • Assistance for people with reduced mobility
    • Adapted route for disabled people
    • Adapted paths

    Services:

    • Rural accommodation
    • Urban accommodation
    • Parking
    • Bars
    • Coffee Shops
    • Outreach Material
    • picnic areas
    • Interpretive panels
    • Restaurants
    • Guided Tours

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