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In Algarve there is a precious area, voted one of the 7 Natural Wonders of Portugal. A protected area, with a particular location and that is constantly changing at the mercy of winds and tides. The Ria Formosa Natural Park extends along the Algarve coast, reaching the municipalities of Loulé, Faro Olhão, Tavira and Vila Real de Santo António.
Swamps, salt marshes, islets, dunes and woods are some of the different habitats. The park is a paradise for observers of the natural life, especially bird watchers, with more than 20,000 birds in winter, being a stopping point on the migratory routes and a refuge for rare species. You can explore the area on bike, foot or even by boat or canoe.
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