Doñana. Even the word evoques beauty. These natural parklands spill out and form an immense horizon which is a paradise for birds. It is perhaps the most important wetland of the whole European continent.
Between the provinces of Huelva, Seville and Cádiz, Doñana is a labyrinth of land and water that forms marshes, lagoons and canals, natural hides and pine groves, dunes, beaches and spectacular cliffs. This immense natural space provides shelter to thousands of birds.
Among the diverse landscapes that form Doñana is a system of moving dunes that oscillates between Matalascañas and the mouth of the Guadalquivir. There are more than 25 kilometers of virgin beach and white sands including the fossil dune of Asperillo, a unique feature that is more than 30 meters high.