A natural paradise on the banks of the Guadalquivir River
The entire province of Seville and the natural spaces therein are within reach of the capital of Andalusia. There is a group of unique ecosystems between the provinces of Huelva and Seville, where the Guadalquivir River flows into the Atlantic Ocean.
Marshes, dunes and reserves are the most typical landscapes in the National Park of Doñana, which has been declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. As well as being able to enjoy a high ecological value, you can go large game hunting, climbing, fishing and practise water sports in these places. The cultural offer includes Aracena, in Huelva, with its castle and the Gruta de las Maravillas (Grotto of Wonders). To the north of the province you can find the Sierra Norte Nature Park, and its most emblematic town - Cazalla de la Sierra. The Dehesas de Sierra Morena, along the northern mountain ranges in the provinces of Huelva, Seville and Cordoba, have been declared a Biosphere Reserve.
Back in the city, the Guadalquivir is the perfect setting for many water sports, such as sailing or kayaking.
In Seville, people are passionate about football. There are two historical teams in the Spanish premier league - Sevilla FC and Real Betis Balompié, which gather thousands of fans every weekend at the stadiums. And if you want to improve your par, Seville has the best climate all year round to practise golf in any of the magnificent courses around the city: Las Minas Golf Club, Seville Real Club Pineda, Seville Real Club de Golf and Zaudin Golf Club.
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Every summer the gardens of the Real Alcázar palace serve as the venue for numerous concerts under the stars
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