Doñana Nature Area
The uniqueness of Doñana has been forged, century by century, by the union between its spectacular nature and its peculiar cultural heritage.
The natural heritage: several protected species of flora are located, such as the Maritime Juniper (Juniperus oxycedrus subsp, macrocarpa) and the Linaria Tursica, and fauna, such as the Imperial Eagle (Aquila Adalberti) and the Iberian Lynx (Lynx Pardinus).
The cultural heritage come from many elements and events generated by the own wine, the unique race of horses, religious or history and the Columbus Sites.
Doñana is unique for its wide variety of different landscapes: pristine beaches and dune systems, seasonal and tidal marshes, Mediterranean and pine forests, and the traditional agrarian countryside.
Type of space
National Park, Biosphere Reserve, Wetland of International Importance (Ramsar Site), Natural Park, Site of Special Scientific Interest (ZEPA, LIC) UNESCO World Heritage, European Charter for Sustainable Tourism.
Commitment to sustainable tourism
The Master Plan for the Use and Management and the Natural Resources Ordinance Plan of Doñana provides a legal framework to make use of its resources by means of public use programs and activities.
Huelva, Sevilla y Cádiz (Andalucía – Spain)
Phone: +34 959 439626 or +34 959439627