Doñana National Park

Ecological reserve and heritage

In Huelva province in Andalusia is one of the largest nature reserves in Europe, the Doñana National Park. It was established in 1969 and is located in the extreme southwest of the country. It has a wide variety of wild landscapes and a very diverse and unique flora and fauna. Come and explore this exceptional site aboard your motorhome just a few dozen kilometres from Seville.

The Doñana National Park is a natural wonder. It has been a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve since 1980 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1994. The contrast in landscapes is striking, from sand dunes to bush and from swamps to lagoons. You may see flamingos, imperial eagles, chameleons, deer and mongooses. The park is also a paradise for migratory birds with more than 500 000 of them passing through each year. Two magnificent and endangered species live in the park, the Iberian lynx and the Spanish Imperial Eagle.


Download PDF version

Share your trip with your friends:

Depart from: