Doñana National Park
Amazing palette of natural ecosystems that leaves visitors amazed, even Unesco thinks so.
Dunes, Vera, Beach, Forest, Marsh and Scrubland.
Although the province of Cadiz has part of the Doñana National Park within its boundaries, the best way to visit this extraordinary spot is through the El Rocío-Matalascanñas road, an hour and three quarters from Jerez, via the Huelva entrance. This trip is guaranteed to be worth your while. The journey to Doñana takes visitors through the Cooperativa Marismas del Rocí, where you will be seated in a multi-purpose vehicle, perfect for its six ecosystems: Dunes, Vera, Beaches, Forests, Marshes and Scrublands. It is one of the most varied and rich protected natural areas in Europe, declared a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Its more than 54,000 hectares make up a mosaic of different ecosystems, perfect for nature lovers and outdoor activities with its abundant native flora and fauna.