This route takes us through through the Metropolitan Park Marisma de los Toruños. The tour starts cycling along more than five kilometers through a trail, where the visitors will be witness of the best preserved marshes of this protected natural park.
The San Pedro River pours its waters into Levante beach. In its route, the river feeds the marshes through a multitude of pipes. This park is an example of how nature preservation is not at odds with the public use. All the neighboring populations enjoy the park coexisting with the environment.
In these marshes, the fresh and salty waters mix and so the creatures of one and the other. Biological productivity in them is among the highest on the planet. The marshes are also indispensable habitats for the reproduction of many birds and marine species: cormorant, plover, pigeon, arbutus, archipede, plover, caterpillar, oyster, avoceta, cigüeñuela, seagull and a long etcetera. Among the invertebrates that inhabit the place are shrimp, crab, verdigón and perrillo.
The price includes: Box lunch, fatbike, transport, protections (helmet, gloves, knee pads and elbow pads) and experienced guides.
This tour covers a distance of about 18km. and lasts about 3-4 hours (including several stops).
The difficulty of this route will depend on how fit you are. We can choose different routes to reach the points described in the tour.