The south-west of Spain is always ready to create unforgettable memories: the flight of cranes at dawn, the music of a waterfall by a footpath, the mysticism of a Moorish fortress, the gliding of a giant black vulture over your head, the last beam of sunlight of Andalusia, the announcement of the Spring arrival by bee-eaters, or the challenging look of a fighting bull are just a few examples of what Nature, in its many guises, offers us in this corner of the country.
In Wild Doñana we have carefully selected the best areas to watch wildlife (birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, flowers...) and the most beautiful landscapes to walk through.
The fantastic collection of habitats we find in western Andalusia make this land be rich in both wildlife and landscapes. The sea, golden sandy beaches and sand dunes, coastal cliffs, pinewoods, rivers, salt and freshwater marshes and lakes, steppes, countryside, woody hills and rocky mountains are home for large numbers of birds and wild flowers in one of the most bio-diversed areas in Europe. In Wild Doñana we have carefully selected the best areas to watch wildlife (birds, mammals, reptiles, insects, flowers, etc.) and the most beautiful landscapes to walk through here. The extension of wetlands is particularly remarkable in this part of the country as the estuaries of the rivers Guadalquivir, Guadiana, Odiel and Tinto have become the winter quarters for amazing concentration of migratory wildfowl and waders. Because of all that, the main migration route between Europe and Africa takes place here.
See our gallery to enjoy some of our target species and the landscapes we visit.