Doñana National Park
Established in 1969, Doñana National Park occupies over 123,500 acres and has a unique natural ecosystem, which has been recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
Its mobile dunes and extensive marshes are home to a number of rare and protected species, such as the Iberian lynx and the Spanish Imperial Eagle. Its wetlands lie on the migratory route for millions of birds, including flamingos, between Europe and Africa.
The Park can be accessed through the 'Fábrica de Hielo' Visitors Center. The Hotel Barrameda can organize individual or group reservations on request.