The Montgó NP, which includes the cliffs of Cabo de San Antonio, is an emblematic and well-known natural space given its location in an area of the Costa Blanca that is very popular for tourism related to the sea and gastronomy.
Depending on the time of year we will find a great diversity of passerines that we will have to look for by making stops and short walks in different parts of the route. In addition, the proximity of the coast, with ports, beaches, hidden coves and sea cliffs, also allows the observation of seabirds such as shags, seagulls and terns. The passage of Balearic shearwaters or gannets adds another attraction for a winter visit and at certain times of the year you can be lucky enough to observe large cetaceans that pass near this cape on their migration to the Gulf of Lion and the Ligurian Sea. .
Lastly, the osprey reintroduction project, an extinct species that is expected to breed again on these cliffs, will be an element of “added value” for the visit.
IDEAL FOR COUPLES, FAMILIES AND GROUPS OF FRIENDS
THE MINIMUM IS 2 PEOPLE. ASK FOR REDUCED PRICE FOR 3 OR MORE.
APPROXIMATE DURATION OF 5 HOURS.
POSSIBILITY OF ADAPTATION TO CUSTOMER PREFERENCES.
Guided tour with an expert guide
Optical material (telescope and binoculars for observation without intrusion)