Tablas de Daimiel National Park is an ecosystem located in the region of Castile-La Mancha, Spain.
The wetland known as Las Tablas de Daimiel was declared a National Park in 1973, a Biosphere Reserve in 1981 and has been included in the Ramsar Convention in 1982.
It is the last representative of an ecosystem called tablas fluviales, and exists thanks to the merging of the Guadiana and the Cigüela rivers, helped by the lack of slope. Its declaration as a National Park was a major step towards the conservation of one of the richest ecosystems of our planet, thus ensuring the survival of the birds that use these areas as wintering and nesting area.
Visit the park and its surroundings by foot or in a 4x4 car.
The views at dusk.