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Seville to Doñana National Park day trip

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10 hours

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Enjoy a unique experience in the most important nature reserve in Europe, home to endangered species such as the Imperial Eagle and the Iberian Lynx.

You will learn about the different ecosystems that make up the Doñana National Park. Accompanied by a specialized guide, you will get to know the dunes, the marshes, the forest and the beach of this natural reserve. A unique place in the world where you can find hundreds of animal species and incredible vegetation.

  • Private transportation from your accommodation in Seville
  • Local guide
  • Binoculars
  • Travel insurance
  • 4×4 route

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From 62€

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The start time changes seasonally.

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You will be picked up at your accommodation in Seville.

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Cancellations at least 48 hours in advance 100% refundable.

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Alexandre Borges
Alexandre Borges
2024-01-22
Foi uma experiência acima da expectativa, o nosso guia Alberto, muito atencioso e competente, tudo ocorreu com pontualidade e eficiência
FELIPE PARRA PACHECO
FELIPE PARRA PACHECO
2024-01-20
Muy interesante. Patricia, nuestra guia, muy preparada y simpática. Ha sido una visita muy didáctica, la recomendaré a familiares y amigos.
Victoria Alonso
Victoria Alonso
2024-01-20
Muy buenas visitas guiadas, muy completas y, además, Patricia, la guía con la hicimos el tour, fue muy atenta e hizo la visita entretenida y amena
Rocio Castaño Lara
Rocio Castaño Lara
2024-01-20
Patri; visita muy amena y bien explicado.
Francisco Rodriguez
Francisco Rodriguez
2024-01-20
Gracias a Patricia por su detalladas explicaciones que nos fueron muy util
BENITO GALEANO BILBAO
BENITO GALEANO BILBAO
2024-01-20
Patricia, un rato muy ameno. Gracias
Hélène Nalis
Hélène Nalis
2024-01-19
Very friendly !

Why should you visit the Doñana National Park?

Doñana National Park is a protected area located in the southwest of Spain, in the provinces of Huelva, Seville and Cádiz. It is one of the most important wetlands in Europe, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including many threatened or endangered species.

The park is named after the Doñana River, which flows through it and is the main source of water for the wetlands. It is also home to the Guadalquivir River Delta, which is an important migratory route for birds.

One of the main reasons to visit Doñana National Park is for its incredible biodiversity. The park is home to over 500 species of plants and over 300 species of animals, many of which are threatened or endangered. Some of the most notable species found in the park include the Spanish imperial eagle, the Iberian lynx, and the European mink.

Another reason to visit Doñana National Park is for its beautiful landscape. The park is made up of a variety of different habitats, including wetlands, marshes, sand dunes, and forests. These habitats provide a home for a wide range of plant and animal species, and offer visitors the opportunity to see a diverse range of landscapes within a relatively small area.

One of the best ways to explore Doñana National Park is by taking a guided tour that offer guided tours of the park, both on foot and by vehicle. These tours are a great way to learn about the park’s history, geology and wildlife, and to see some of the park’s most beautiful and iconic sights.

If you prefer to explore the park on your own, there are several walking trails that crisscross the park. These trails offer the opportunity to see the park’s diverse habitats and wildlife up close, and to take in the beautiful views. There are also several observation points and viewpoints scattered throughout the park, which offer panoramic views of the wetlands and the surrounding countryside.

In addition to its natural beauty, Doñana National Park also has a rich cultural history. The park is home to several ancient Roman and Moorish ruins, as well as several traditional Spanish villages. These villages offer visitors a glimpse into the region’s history and culture, and are a great place to try some of the local food and drink.

Overall, Doñana National Park is a must-see destination for nature lovers and anyone interested in Spain’s rich cultural heritage. Whether you choose to take a guided tour or explore the park on your own, you’ll be sure to discover something new and exciting every time you visit.

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