A boat will allow to access areas of the park that are otherwise inaccessible.
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The Marjal de Pego-Oliva Natural Park, located on the coast between the provinces of Alicante and Valencia, has a new boat that will provide access to areas that are otherwise inaccessible and will enable censuses and bird watching to be conducted in this park.
This new equipment/boat is the result of the current collaboration agreement on biodiversity between Red Eléctrica de España and the Regional Government of Valencia, through which the Company carries out numerous actions in collaboration with the regional government.
This protected natural space covers more than 1,250 hectares and consists of marshy areas and paddy fields, besides having a dune system south of the Serpis River. It is surrounded by the mountains of Mustalla, Migdia and Segària forming a horseshoe-shaped area that is open to the sea.
The wetlands is home to and provides habitat for a rich and varied fauna and a well-preserved flora. It also constitutes a stopover habitat for migratory birds; therefore it has important natural, scientific, scenic, agricultural, cultural, educational and recreational value.