Las Tablas de Daimiel National Park

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The wetland known as Las Tablas de Daimiel was declared a National Park in the year 1973, Biosphere Reserve in 1981 and included in the Ramsar Convention in 1982.

It is the last representative of an ecosystem called river tables, this formation is produced by the overflowing of the Guadiana and Gigüela rivers, favoured by the lack of slope in the terrain.
With its declaration as a National Park, a major step was taken towards the conservation of one of the most important most valuable ecosystems on our planet, this ensures the survival of the birds that use these areas as wintering, feeding and nesting grounds.

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Guided tours

There are several ways to visit Las Tablas de Daimiel National Park:
  • - Free of charge and free of charge through the itineraries provided. It is not necessary to book in advance and there is no maximum number of visitors on the itineraries.
  • - Guided tours using the services of Interpreter Guides (by prior reservation) BOOK.

You should know that there is a Visitor Centre where you can find information about the Park. For further information, please call 926 69 31 18.


The Tablas de Daimiel National Park can be visited following prepared routes or itineraries. We show you what they are:

Isla del Pan Itinerary (Yellow)

Laguna Permanente Itinerary (Red)

Torre de Prado Ancho Itinerary (Blue)

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Beneficiary: Tablas de Daimiel Tourist Association
Actions: Informative web page about the values of the National Park and the tourist services of Daimiel.
Action financed under the Programme of Subsidies in the areas of socio-economic influence of National Parks.