Pinares de Doñana

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Corbones River Park


Located in the old Azuda or Azud, popularly known as La Zúa. The Azuda was built with stones that were extracted from the surroundings of the Fuenlonguilla in 1745 and was funded by María Girón, daughter of Juan Tellez Girón (IV Count of Ureña) and sister of the first Duke of Osuna, Pedro Girón.

The Corbones public park is located to the east of the town centre of La Puebla de Cazalla. It has an approximate surface of 5 ha. A distinction can be made between its different areas: urban area, children's playground, fruit trees area, forest area and pond.

An ideal place for the development of recreational, cultural, leisure and environmental activities for children, youth and adults. It is a place for the entertainment of the youngest in the children's play area, for a country-like snack or for the realisation of botanical and faunistic itineraries.

It has an enormous diversity of botanical species of palms, pines and numerous ornamental trees and shrubs, as well as slope plants.

One of its main attractions is its design in the form of river terraces at different levels simulating natural terraces, as well as the riverside promenade.

It also has an auditorium located in front of the entrance of the park. Its capacity of 1,500 seats makes it suitable for summer activities and large events.

The Corbones Public Park is a natural area whose vegetation and tranquility provide a magnificent environmental quality.

Surface area
5.00 Ha


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