two specimens from the captive breeding program and selected by the Ministry of the Environment and Territory Planning can be closely observed.
It takes place in several contiguous paths that allow you to organize the route according to your interests.
Located in the center of the Arroyo de la Rocina Protection Zone, in the La Rocina Visitor Center, the area you are going to visit is a calm and peaceful place.
The trail begins at the El Acebuche Visitor Center, one of the Doñana Park visitor centers. It is reached from the road from El Rocío to Matalascañas.
The Patch and Straw lagoons make up, together with other small temporary lagoons, a complex of which the Wild Olive lagoon is also a part of and which has its origin in the outcropping of groundwater, since the water table is practically on the surface.
The Thicket Lagoon (Laguna del Jaral) is a large clearing in a pine forest. This trail requires considerable effort, as it runs through uneven, sandy terrain.
A string of lagoons sewn together by a thread, Ribetehilo (row of riverbanks), marks the meeting point of two different geological substrata.
The dune trail is approximately 1.5 km long and allows you to appreciate various subsystems, from the embryonic dune areas on the edge of the beach, to the first corral where large trees appear.
This bicycle touring lane runs along one of the most outstanding landscapes of the Doñana Natural Park: the El Asperillo cliff, from which it takes its name.
Between the towns of Matalascañas and Mazagón and following the Cuesta Maneli path, is the Asperillo Cliff Natural Monument, a system of fossil dunes that extend along twelve hectares of coastline.
A forest of high ecological value, with 60 hectares of pine forest where the visitor's relationship with the natural environment is sought.