Seville to Doñana 2 days and 1 night trip
We will enjoy a unique landscape where rice production and hundreds of birds join this wetland which is one of the most important in the European continent. We will continue the route through the northern zone of the Doñana National Park until we reach the village of El Rocío. A unique village of typical marshy houses, with sandy streets where its inhabitants ride horses and where it seems that you can go back in time. After taking a walk through its streets, we will arrive at the hermitage, which is the epicentre of the world-famous El Rocio pilgrimage. Inside it is the home of the famous Virgen del Rocío, and every year about a million people gather there, pilgrims and devotees in one of the most important and outstanding religious and fervent displays in the world. We will leave the Aldea de Rocío to continue getting to know other ecosystems in Doñana and these beautiful natural surroundings. Our next destination will be the Acebrón and Rocina palaces, where we will enjoy a circular path in which we will interpret the main singularities of a forest in gallery. At the end of the path it will be time to take a short break to taste the local cuisine in one of the most unique bars or restaurants in the area. Our next destination will be the ecosystem of the beach. Doñana beach is, with more than 30 kms, the longest virgin beach in Spain. We will get to know the plant and animal species that live there, and also the process of formation of its unique mobile dunes. If the weather allows it, we will be able to enjoy a refreshing bath at the end of the afternoon. Included: Professional guide, private transport from Seville and back, visit to the different ecosystems of Doñana, binoculars and 4×4 route in a restricted area inside the National Park. Rural accommodation with breakfast included.