Doñana is one of the places where we can still appreciate nature in its wildest state.
Due to its privileged geographical location between two continents and its proximity to the meeting place of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, the Strait of Gibraltar, in Doñana you can see more than 300 different species of birds throughout the year, being a transit point , breeding and wintering for thousands of them (aquatic and terrestrial) European and African. Here waterfowl from all over Western Europe rest, locating countless species in the marshes and surroundings, from Africa and Europe.
In addition to our winged friends, we will be able to observe other animals, among which the most threatened feline on the planet, the Iberian Lynx, stands out.
Starting early in the morning, enter the marshes of Doñana in search of the most emblematic bird species and in the afternoon walk in search of the most threatened feline on the planet.