Marisma de los Toruños y Pinar de la Algaida
Marisma de los Toruños y Pinar de la Algaida | Fuente: Text: Ayuntamiento de El Puerto de Santa María. Photo: Destino Cádiz.
Los Toruños, is a small peninsula formed by the Guadalete River and the seas erosion, the marshes constitute the main landscape elements (one of the best preserved of the Bay) and the coastal sandy areas and beaches.
It has to offer along its 1,000 acres and 30 kilometers of trails a wide biodiversity, different on both banks of the San Pedro River: on the left bank is the Algaida, a forested area and on the right bank is the so called Toruños, with marshy features.