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Alan Wentworth-Harley - Andalucia: a birdwatchers' paradise

Alan Wentworth-Harley - One Marbella
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ANDALUCIA is promoting itself as a birdwatcher’s paradise after tourism chiefs travelled to the UK to highlight what the region has to offer, The Olive Press reports. The delegation attended the British Birdwatching Fair in Rutland, the largest of its kind in the world and often described as the birdwatchers’ Glastonbury.

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Representatives from the Junta joined birdwatching companies at the fair to highlight Andalucia’s main areas for twitching and the key species visitors can expect to see.
Andalucia boasts around 150 natural protected areas totalling 3.3 million acres, more than 60 Special Protection Areas for birds which together are home to over 300 species of birds.

Iberia Bird Festival 2012

According to the Andalucia Bird Society the Iberia Bird Festival takes place in Almeria this weekend. The venue and home for the festival in 2012 is Rodalquilar, starting 7th to 9th September, in the heart of the Parque Natural Cabo de Gata, it is the largest terrestrial-maritime reserve in the European Western Mediterranean Sea, covering 460 km² including the town of Carboneras, the mountain range of Sierra de Cabo de Gata, and 120 km² of the sea as a part of a Marine reserve.
Hosting the festival for 2012 is the splendid Hotel Naturaleza Rodalquilar, close to the village of the same name and the head offices for the Parque Natural.
Alan Wentworth-Harley, the CEO of leading property consultant One Marbella said: "Andalucia has so much to offer in terms of wildlife, natural beauty, infrastructure, food and culture."
"It is no wonder so many people are looking to buy a luxury property in luxury resorts such as Marbella, Puerto Banus, and elsewhere in the Costa del Sol. It really has it all!" says Alan Wentworth-Harley


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