Laguna de la Fuente de Piedra (Fuente de Piedra Lagoon) Natural Reserve
Laguna de la Fuente de Piedra (Fuente de Piedra Lagoon) Natural Reserve is found in the northern part of the province of Málaga, next to the town bearing the same name. It is the largest lagoon in Andalusia, covering an area of 1,354 hectares, and is considered to be one of the most extensive and characteristic endorheic complexes in Spain.
This lagoon is a protected area of the first order among the wetland areas of the Western Mediterranean and stands out as being the most important nesting site of the greater flamingo on the Iberian Peninsula and the second most important in Europe, after that of Camargue, in France.
- Located outside an urban area
- Inland area
How to get here
When leaving from Málaga, you must take the A- 45 (N-331) motorway in the direction of Antequera and then - when approaching this city - connect with the A-92. You must follow this road in the direction of Seville; after driving for a little under 20 kilometres, you will come to Fuente de Piedra.