The Guadalquivir offers a path of culture and nature through our territory. It crosses the province of Seville from one side to the other, tracing its backbone. On its banks, there is a peaceful horizon of landscapes that covers the exuberant richness of the orchards and the solitary majesty of the marshes, and on the margins of which there are drawn a white string of villages with a rich heritage.
This guide proposes, both to locals and visitors, to enjoy our river. We recommends three possible itineraries, each with a different personality. We will climb the Vega Norte up to the municipality of Alcalá del Río, where we will come across its dam. We will go down the Vega Sur, looking for the sea, to Caño Brenes, a few miles from the mouth of the river. Finally, after passing through the lock, we will sail the Dársena (former riverbed) to get to know the heart of the city of Seville.
With this guide, we propose, in short, a unique experience, because it is about seeing and enjoying our land as sailors, from the unique perspective offered by this legendary river.