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Come and enjoy in the darkness the Natural Park and discover the natural value of the lagoon.
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Registration: online through the web, by phone, calling the tourist office 965703433 or in person at the Tourism Information Office, located on Paseo Vista Alegre next to the yacht club. Registration can be done 3 weeks in advance. Guided routes are in Spanish and English, 50 people maximum number of participants per route. The route lasts 3 and half hours. In Autum, Winter and Springtime the routes are in the morning, saturdays or sundays, twice per month. They are 3 types of route. General route: the lagoon's secret. Birding route: birds in the Natural Park. Vineyards route: La Mata vineyard of water and salt. In Summer mondays and fridays during July, August and a week in September you will have the oportunity to enjoy the darkness in the natural parc with a professional guide.


Summer: Evening route. Time: from 8 pm to 11:30 pm, Monday and Friday. Rest of the year: daytime route. Time: from 10 am to 1:30 pm Saturday or Sunday, twice per month.
FOLLOWING ROUTES: 5th June Sunday and 18th June Saturday 2022. July: 1st, 4th, 8th, 11th, 15th, 18th, 22nd, 25th and 29th.



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Evening routes.

On the moonlight. This summer we will discover the Laguna de la Mata when the sun begins to fall on it. At night the darkness envelops everything and our senses are heightened, immersing us in the magic and mystery of this wetland ... other light, other sounds, other living beings ... Do you dare to join us?

Daytime routes.

General route. The lagoons secret. With this guided tour for children and adults get to know the natural and cultural values of the Laguna de la Mata in the way that you better learn... fun!!

Birding route. Birds in the Natural Park. La Mata-Torrevieja Lagoon Natural Reserve is the perfect place for everyone to take up a passion shared by thousands of people around the world: Birdwatching.

Wine route. La Mata, vineyard of water and salt. We walk among vineyards, the Mediterranean Sea and the Laguna de la Mata, discovering you biodiversity which houses and the history of generations of winemakers and salt workers who work these lands for centuries.