Seville, beautiful and diverse

Sierras, pastures, steppes, riverbanks, coastal marshes... few provinces in Spain can boast such a high variety and quality of ecosystems.

The Sierra de Alanís is located to the northeast of the province of Seville, bordering the provinces of Cordoba and Badajoz. The entire area belongs to the municipality of Alanís. Given its location in predominantly mountainous territory, between the Western Sierra Morena and the Bembézar-Bajo Guadiato region, it has certain mountain characteristics.

The River Guadiamar rises at El Castillo de las Guardas and an affluent on the right bank of the River in the Doñana marshland.

The 30-hectare La Muela Park is located to the east of the town, at the foot of one of the most significant archaeological sites in the region known as La Tablada. The Park dates back to the early 1980s. More specifically, in 1983, when various interventions were carried out to prepare the site for public use, the first trees were planted, and the paths were laid. 

The Dehesa de Abajo Concerted Nature Reserve is the contact zone between the southernmost area of the Aljarafe region and the Guadalquivir marshlands. The combination of Mediterranean forest and marshland habitat gives rise to an exceptional variety of plant and animal species.

Sierra Morena de Sevilla Natural Park, located in the north of the province of Seville, is a protected natural area that was declared a natural park in 1989.

The La Cañada de los Pájaros, the first Concerted Natural Reserve in Andalusia, is located in the Doñana region, albeit not within the Doñana Natural Park’s protected area. La Cañada, which opened to visitors in 1992, is situated in an old gravel pit that was restored and repopulated.