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Seville enchants

Aznalcóllar, a mining town

Would you like to enjoy nature and discover an unforgettable town? Then, Aznalcóllar is the place for you. This former mining town in the Vía de la Plata region is a study in contrasts. The landscape is dominated by large pastures, its famous reservoir and the Guadiamar Green Corridor. You can enjoy a wide range of tourist activities and adventures here.

El Madroño, rural tourism in the Vía de la Plata

Do you enjoy nature and absolute peace? Then El Madroño is the place for you. Located on the Vía de la Plata, it is one of the smallest towns in the province of Seville. The town gets its name from the abundant presence of strawberry trees in its surroundings. You will relax and escape your stress once and for all.

El Garrobo, the essence of a town

If you are looking for a quiet place to enjoy nature and delicious cuisine, El Garrobo is the place for you. As one of the smallest towns in the province of Seville, El Garrobo is unique. You will feel that time has come to a standstill when you take in the beautiful surroundings of the Guadiamar and Rivera de Huelva rivers. 

Guillena, a natural treasure at the beginning of the Vía de la Plata

The charming town of Guillena lies between the Huelva and Cala rivers. A place that seeks to surround you with beautiful nature. The famous Water Route will impress you from the start. This route will take you on a unique adventure through the foothills of Sierra Morena surrounded by stunning landscapes. 

The River Guadiamar rises at El Castillo de las Guardas and an affluent on the right bank of the River in the Doñana marshland.

The Minilla reservoir is a perfect place to spend a day with the family, enjoying the scenery and surroundings, having barbecues and going for walks.

It is also an ideal place for fishing, given the easy accessibility and the low level of pollution. When certain kinds of insect hatch or during the spawning season there is an abundance of cyprinids.

The Rivera de Cala is the main tributary of the Rivera de Huelva, into which it flows in the municipality of Guillena, after