Romerías

Seville enchants

Doñana stretches across a vast plain between Seville and the Atlantic Ocean. Sun, air, water and mud are the protagonists for hundreds of kilometres around this enormous and uninhabited geological basin, the history of an Andalusia eroded, transported and sedimented here over millions of years.

This visitor centre is located in the heart of the 300-hectare Dehesa Boyal, one of the most beautiful ecosystems of Villamanrique’s rich natural heritage. This is a strategic location for starting the visit to the Doñana Natural Park.

Climbing through the treetops, performing various activities such as aerial runways, suspension bridges, Tibetan bridges, etc. in a natural environment and with all the safety measures, being supervised at all times by a team of specialised monitors.

This is the first treetop adventure park in Andalusia. Since 2004, when it opened to the public, thousands of school children and private individuals enjoy the facilities every season.
It is set in an ancient pine forest that is of great ecological value as it is a stopover place for birds on their way to Doñana and one of the few remaining pine forests of this kind in the area.

Sierras, pastures, steppes, riverbanks, coastal marshes... few provinces in Spain can boast such a high variety and quality of ecosystems.

The Alamillo Park is located in the northern part of the Isla de la Cartuja, on the outskirts of Seville, after crossing the River Guadalquivir over the Alamillo Bridge. This large green lung allows you to carry out and enjoy several sports and outdoor leisure activities in contact with nature.

The Gelves Marina is located three kilometres upstream from the fork towards the lock gate in Seville. Sanlúcar de Barrameda and the Atlantic Ocean are only 89 kilometres downstream. The sailor can access the marina without crossing any locks or bridges and enjoy a magnificent natural environment populated with native bird species.