Europe’s most important natural area.
We will start our journey from Seville through the nearby town of Coria del Río on the banks of the Guadalquivir. From there we will enter the natural space to pass next to the Dehesa de Abajo, a place located in the northern part of the marshes where we will see a large number of birds among lakes, pine forests and meadows. We will pass by the largest rice field and stork colony in Europe. The marshes are home every year to 200,000 individuals of more than 300 species of birds that makes this wetland the most important on the continent.
We will continue our route in 4×4 crossing the forest of the north zone of the natural space to later cross the village of the Rocío, its hermitage and the observatory of the SEO. After discovering this place, we will walk into the palaces and paths of the Doñana National Park next to the La Rocina stream. After lunch we will arrive at the beach to get to know the largest dune system in our country. When returning and taking advantage of the sunset we will cross the pine forest of El Abalario a zone where we will possibly be able to sight some of the great mammals of the Natural Space of Doñana.
Meeting point: From Seville at the door of your accommodation or nearby place.
Included: Transfer in 4×4 and guide.