Seville, beautiful and diverse

We leave Coripe along the main avenue, looking for the signs to the Greenway along the A8126. We will descend a steep slope to the River Guadalporcún and, after crossing it, we will have to turn right following the signs to the Greenway.

The route of the Greenway is 15 kilometres long and passes through 10 tunnels, the largest of which are illuminated.

The Chaparro de La Vega is a massive holm oak tree located in the area of La Vega, 3 kilometres from Coripe. It is more than 700 years old, 13 metres high with a 23-metre diameter crown. Given these exceptional characteristics, the Regional Government of Andalusia has declared the tree a Natural Monument.