This protected area has three official routes you can do: two walking trails and one for bikes. I’d highly recommend these routes which let you enjoy this cinematic and enchanting natural area. The yellow route is short and gives you a nice overview of the park. It has some viewpoints set up called VOLCAM which give a good idea of the natural lakes.
The green route takes you further into the park and lets you see the yellow ponds and the Raja reservoir.
The real treasure, though, is the red route. We did it last Saturday from 8 to 11:00am, which is one of the two available times you can do it. This route passes by the two large reservoirs, Ponient and Llevant. In the spring, the reservoirs fill up and you can see them up close from the viewpoints. The view is priceless. I’d really recommend getting there early. There are some interesting wetlands in the park as well.
This is coastal natural area near the city of Elche that is equipped with a playground, barbecues, and recreational areas. The space features a Nature Centre that's meant to cater to group visits, but you can visit the park on your own. The park has a wide variety of bird life and several viewing points near the ponds where they usually nest. Hunting is banned here and it shows in the large number of rabbits running around.
This park is also next to a nearly-virgin beach called Playa de Carabassi. This beach is the best in Elche and I would really recommend it. It's free to the public and the sunsets are really spectacular.