We will start our journey traveling from Seville through the nearby town of Coria del Rio on the banks of the River Guadalquivir. We will travel to the visitor center Dehesa de Abajo, which is located in the northern area of the marshes. In this area, the pine forests and pastures have approximately 200,000 different inhabitants including 300 birds species, among those the Flamingo and Spanish imperial eagle. We will also pass a rice field, which is known for Europe’s largest colony of Storks.
We will continue our journey through the vast natural space of the northern area of the National park exploring the village of El Rocío, it´s chapel and the SEO Observatory. We have the opportunity to enter the palaces and walk along the Doñana National Park trails, near La Rocina stream. Spain´s largest dune system will get explored by you right after the lunch. On return, we can take advantage of the beautiful sunset through the pine forest in Asperillo area. We can also spot some of the large mammals inhabiting the Doñana area, including the deer, wild boar and, the most famous of all, the Lynx.
OBS! Excursion subject to availability and weather conditions. The tour can be modified to see more animals.
From Seville at the door of your accommodation or nearby place.
|DEPARTURE TIME||We leave from Seville at 07:00|