Cordoba, southern Spain: situated in the Fuente Agria Periurban Park in Villfranca de Cordoba. This was the first re-introduction site of Iberian Lynx. There is a raptor migration watchpoint . This is also a good base for exploring the rest of Cordoba province as it is within an hours’ drive to other sites of interest like Hornachuelos, Montoro and Los Pedroches Natural Parks and the Alto Guadiato ZEPA.
Prices vary according to group, age etc but are very reasonable.
The food on offer is excellent, regional Guadalquivir cuisine made with typical local products using traditional agricultural methods. You can try dishes with mountain game, Carillada en Salsa, and traditional fried shrimp Flamenquin fritters or garlic “arriero”.
This establishments adapts its times to the needs of naturalists.
They provide picnics for the field.
There is also an audiovisual room, information maps on the best sites for observing fauna uin Cordoba province and a bird list of over 70 species seen from the premises.