Cascadas del Hueznar

Seville enchants

Opened in November 2004, it consists of several interactive rooms where the natural and cultural values of an increasingly degraded river are shown. The Centre also analyses the causes of this situation and possible solutions, based on a participatory approach for managing and planning the resources of the River Corbones sub-basin. 

This Farm School is located between two large lagoons, Fuente Piedra and El Bosque. It offers play and learning activities on the environment and natural sciences, such as how animals live and grow in their natural habitat or the evolution of agriculture and rural life shown in the farm’s museum.

This museum dedicated to cultural and natural heritage is located on the banks of the River Cala. The audiovisual resources explore the local history and its key location on the Camino de Santiago. The great variety of stuffed animals and the collection of fossils reveal the rich fauna of this historical area, with the griffon vulture standing out for its size in its second room.

This farm and nature school offers a wide range of activities at enhancing environmental awareness and understanding, as well as promoting conservation-friendly skills and, occasionally, the recovery of native flora and fauna.

The Malpasillo Tourist Center offers the traveller a view of the least known aspects of the River Genil and what this waterway means to the people who depend on its waters. It also shows the importance it had during the romantic banditry of the 19th century, being considered the border between the provinces of Seville and Cordoba.

The Andalusia Wildlife Centre is a unique facility where it is possible to come into direct contact with some of the most striking animal species that inhabit the seven continents. The centre houses an impressive collection of fauna: from tiny insects from the most remote jungles to superb examples of African elephant, giraffe, Bengal tiger or Nile crocodile.

This is an environmental education and rural tourism facility located on a seven-hectare site of Mediterranean woodland, in the municipality of Castilblanco de los Arroyos, Seville, and set in an area of great cultural and biological wealth close to the Sierra Morena Natural Park.