Doñana is a complex mosaic of landscapes forming a paradise for birds in the most important wetlands in Europe. Situated between the provinces of Huelva, Seville and Cádiz, Doñana is now a labyrinth of land and water that shapes the marshes, spectacular lakes and channels, reserves and pine forests, streams and banks, dunes, beaches and cliffs. Bonanza, Gallega, Ribetehilos and El Lucio del Cangrejo are good examples of the lagoons that dominate this area, providing shelter for thousands of birds.
Doñana Parque Nacional, on the west coast of Andalucia, Spain, is one of the most important wetlands in Europe and a UNESCO Worl ... Read the complete article >>
El Rocio, in the Donana National Park in Huelva province, Andalucia, is famous for its annual romeria ... Read the complete article >>
Birdwatching at Laguna del Acebuche in the Doñana National Park, Andalucia ... Read the complete article >>
One of the best ways to appreciate the Doñana National Park is from the back of a horse. ... Read the complete article >>