With the arrival of September and the beginning of the autumn season, nature allows us to witness one of the most striking and surprising natural events that can be seen in the province of Seville: The bellow of deer.
A starry sky, without light pollution in a spectacular setting is an attractive puzzle for warm nights with clear skies and the province of Seville has some perfect natural spaces for contemplating stars and constellations.
Seville and its province are known for being one of the hottest places in Andalusia, especially when the heat is more intense during the summertime.
The Seville Aquarium is located next to the Maria Luisa Park, the Paseo de la Palmera and the Expo 29 pavilions, at the foot of Seville's new Ferris wheel. It has 35 different aquariums containing animals belonging to more than 400 different species. It has an oceanarium with a volume of about two million litres and a depth of almost 9 metre.
Climbing through the treetops, performing various activities such as aerial runways, suspension bridges, Tibetan bridges, etc. in a natural environment and with all the safety measures, being supervised at all times by a team of specialised monitors.
This is the first treetop adventure park in Andalusia. Since 2004, when it opened to the public, thousands of school children and private individuals enjoy the facilities every season.
It is set in an ancient pine forest that is of great ecological value as it is a stopover place for birds on their way to Doñana and one of the few remaining pine forests of this kind in the area.
The tour lasts approximately 2.5 hours, during which you can see more than 1,000 animals of about 140 different species.
At weekends and on public holidays, there are falconry and horse shows. In the summer season it is replaced by a swimming pool.