The Albufera of Adra is a protected natural reserve located in a semi-desert environment. It is full of greenhouses, and is composed of two lagoons: the Albufera Honda and the Albufera Nueva, located between the mouth of the Adra River and the Llanos de Dalias. What to visit in Adra
This wetland is a resting place for birds that migrate between Europe and Africa, due to the presence of its permanent waters and the mildness of its winters. The area provides shelter for important aquatic bird life such as anatidae, where northern European and Asian species make their nests. The area is home to more than 140 species of birds.
Species to be found here include the coot and the brown jalopy, which in spring are welcomed by the vegetation of the area which is composed of reed beds.