Most of the municipal district is given over to agriculture. Therefore, natural vegetation is limited to what remains of the original riparian forest along the banks of the River Guadalquivir. The river forms a bend in the northeast area of the district, where the space known as “La Playita” can be found. This municipally-owned area, on the left bank of the River Guadalquivir, is dedicated to forestry and recreational use.
The pilgrimage of Our Lady of Fatima takes place at La Playita.
Access is free. It can be accessed from Tocina through the Carmona livestock trail or El Bajo path.
Although the natural vegetation around the River Guadalquivir has been deeply affected in the area near Tocina, in the case of La Playita, the inner side of the bend is home to a large wooded area with tall trees. The tamarisk (Tamarix africana) is a typical riparian tree.