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All reviews el rocio western village take your time small town a long leisurely lunch incredible place wear comfortable shoes film set gold alter western movie riding horses many places donana national park weekend festival statue men
When you arrive in El Rocio at late season, you could play Ennio Morricone music and imagine you are playing in a John Ford's movie. The visit of the park in 4X4 or horse riding give a huge view on deers ans plenty of birds.
Just loved this town ..So quiet ( obviously not during festive time !) and relaxed and friendly locals .
BUT the plastic rubbish and litter is sad to see . Why can't humans pick up their rubbish ? Or just not discard it on the...More
Luckily we were staying in Isla Canela with Tui during the weekend of the annual pilgramage to El Rocio. Apparently one of the biggest events in the region Tui rescheduled one of their tours so off we went. We did not know anything about the...More
Because we were in the area, we decided to visit El Rocio. In spite of the fact that it was more than a week before the celebration day ‘Romeria del Rocio’, it was pretty busy and towards the afternoon there were queues of cars try...More
We visited this church because we were staying in this sleepy town to be near the Donana National Park. It is the main attraction of the town and the statue on the altar is the main attraction of the church. Once a year thousands make...More
The virgin of El Rocio is a statue in the church of a small town that looks like country western town, sandy street, horses and carriage around. It's a nice small church and the statue is very small but it's very important for the local.
El rocio has been called an old western town because the streets are dirt. The church is beautiful and rustic and famous for the pageant in May. The lake,lagoon sometimes has flamingoes. Worth a stop on your way to Donana Park. We did not find...More
Visited one weekend and wasn't sure what to expect of this village. All the roads are sand and much of the local traffic is on horse. The church is beautiful and the 13th-century statue of the Virgen Del Rocio (Virgin of the Dew) is the...More