San Nicolás del Puerto Puente de Piedra

Seville enchants

The Pinares de Aznalcázar is one of Seville’s forest areas with the highest ecological interest.

We will start from the Barge of the Port of Coria del Río and take the Avenida de Andalucía to the left. At the end of the avenue we turn right into Calle Hornos and then left into Avenida de Blas Infante until we reach a roundabout, where we will look for the signs to Puebla del Río and Dehesa de Abajo.

This natural enclave is one of the most important in Europe. It is an extremely important wintering, migratory and breeding area for many bird species. Furthermore, it is one of the last havens for endangered wildlife species such as the Imperial eagle or the Iberian lynx.

This natural enclave is one of the most important in Europe. It is an extremely important wintering, migratory and breeding area for many bird species. Furthermore, it is one of the last havens for endangered wildlife species such as the Imperial eagle or the Iberian lynx.