From 9:00 h to 14:00 h and from 15: 00 h to 19:00 h.
Equipment and services
During the recommended access hours theinformation point will be open (located in the parking area). In addition, during the high season (Easter and from June to October), several environmental informers will attend the visitors and they will provide information at different points of the Natural Area.
YOU MUST BOOK A DAY TICKET TO ACCESS THE NATURAL PROTECTED AREA:
WEEKENDS FROM EASTER TO THE 24th JUNE
EVERYDAY FROM THE 24TH JUNY UNTIL DE 12th SEPTEMBER
WEEKENDS, LONG WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS FROM 12TH SEPTEMBER UNTIL MID-NOVEMBER.
THE REST OF THE DAYS YOU CAN ACCESS FREELY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COLLABORATION.
How to get there
Regulations in the Brugent Natural Protected Area
CAMPFIRES ARE STRICTLY FORBIDDEN
Making a fire is strictly forbidden unless you have the rural agents' specific permission. It is a criminal offence.
DO NOT TAKE ANIMALS AND PLANTS
It is strictly forbidden to remove any element from the natural environment due to the impact that these actions have on biodiversity. Extracting animals or plants from the area will be sanctioned.
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR WASTE
Bins are available for the visitors; dumping waste in the natural environment is sanctioned.
WARNING TO SWIMMERS
This natural areas are not considered public swimming areas, therefore the Town Halls are not responsible for the incidents resulting from the recreational use of the river pools.
The installation of furniture, bathing elements such as boats or floats, camping tents or other human elements in the natural environment can be sanctioned.
DO NOT SMOKE IN THE RIVER POOLS
Smoking and throwing away the waste on the floor can be sanctioned.
The water in the river is not considered safe for drinking.
IT IS FORBIDDEN TO EAT IN THE POOLS
Taking coolboxes, having a picnic or bringing beverages in the natural area is completely forbidden and can be sanctioned.
LEASH YOUR PETS
Bringing your pets unleashed in the natural areas can be sanctioned. Unleashed pets can affect livestock and the wildlife.