Doñana is considered Europe’s biggest nature reserve and it was also declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. To see the greatest diversity of birds and habitats that Doñana offers, this route is the best for you.
This area is typified by marshlands, Umbrella Pine forest, rice paddies and other crops.
The most interesting species of this zone are birds as threatened as the Red-knobbed Coot, Marbled Duck and Spanish Imperial Eagle. If we are lucky we can also observe Ferruginous Duck, White-headed Duck and the Great Bittern.
Important concentrations of waterfowl exist in Doñana throughout the year. One very special feature are the flocks of Greylag Geese and Common Crane in winter time.
Along this route we will visit the North of Doñana National Park, very close to Seville. We will drive along minor tracks looking for the most interesting birding points.
Some of the hotspots to visit are: Dehesa de Abajo, Entremuros, Caño del Guadiamar and the Visitors Center José A. Valverde.
- Blog: Top 10 birds of Doñana
- Both, half day and full day trips ara possible.
Marbled Duck, Red-knobbed Coot, Spanish Eagle
30 km from Seville (30 min)
Available all year round.
∼9 hours or ∼5 hours.
Private trip: 1-3 people 180 €. 4 people or more 60 €/person. Half day: 1-3 people 120 €. 4 people or more 40 €/person.
Most wanted birds (possible)
Red-Knobbed CootShow more
Eurasian Griffon Vulture
Eurasian Eagle Owl
Iberian Green Woodpecker
Southern Grey Shrike
Lesser Short-toed Lark
Greater Short-toed Lark
Western Olivaceous WarblerShow more
Great Spotted Cuckoo
African Reed Warbler
Marsh SandpiperShow more
Western Orphean Warbler
Iberian ChiffchaffShow more