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Matalascanas

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Matalascanas

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Donana National Park: 4x4 Guided Day Tour from Seville

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Experience the wilder side of Seville during this 10-hour 4x4 adventure to Donana National Park. Travel into the pine forests, marshes and pastures of this wilderness area, home to more than 300 species of birds, unique animals and the scenic village of El Rocío. Stop to take a walk on the numerous nature trails and then visit the chapel and bird observatory in El Rocío. Finish your day on the beach during a visit to one of Spain’s largest dune systems. Your adventure includes a driver-guide and round-trip hotel transport.
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Koek W wrote a review Oct 2019
Velez-Malaga, Spain1,350 contributions77 helpful votes
Next to Doñana at the sea you’ll find Matalascanas beach this beach is from nice powder sand white and overall clean. We saw groups of eco people cleaning the beach on a Sunday and know now why this beach looks rather clean. It’s wide slow slopes in the water and beautiful sunsets from the dunes to watch.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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nomesssy93 wrote a review Jan 2019
Leeds, United Kingdom11 contributions7 helpful votes
Coming from another part of Andalucia - Malaga (east) the beaches here are truely a delight and made of dreams. The sand is gorgeous soft white sand. The beach is littered with shells and conchas. can't wait to come back and visit in the summer.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Wendy S wrote a review Jul 2018
Christchurch, New Zealand41 contributions9 helpful votes
Sadly this has been true for so much of Spain . People just drop their litter , throw it from their cars ,walk past it . We picked up a large bag of plastic cups, bags, bottles and waste walking to and from the beach ..Meanwhile Spaniards just ignore it ... WHY ??? I've never seen so much plastic rubbish , even the beautiful old town of El Rocio has millions of pieces of plastic spread through its lovely sandy streets . Do Spaniards not care about their land ...About our planet ?
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Matt M wrote a review Sep 2017
Toronto, Canada7 contributions6 helpful votes
Awesome little spot off the beaten path if you get tired of the historical streets of Seville or on your way thru. Pretty much a Holliday spot for sevillians. But as a international you'll be greeted with open arms. The beach is so massive. You can buy 1.5L bottles of tinto de verrano in the kiosks on the beach. Knowing a little Spanish here will get you much further ahead. We stayed hostel Victoria a hotel ran by a guys named Mario. He was so welcoming and generous we had such a great time. Awesome place!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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laraBton wrote a review Jul 2017
London, United Kingdom91 contributions56 helpful votes
We walked along the coast by taking the road from the town to east until the development ends - plenty of car parking is available. A stunningly beautiful deserted beach backed by sand dunes. You can walk for miles and miles. The sea is quite rough - but great for a gentle paddle. There is no shade - so wear a hat. There are cafes and bars for food and a drink when you return . However, the major problem is that the organised tours take the tourist bus along the beach - and because it can be uneven take the easiest route - and not very cautious about walkers - on our idyllic dream walk it was a huge shock! Not sure if this is environmentally friendly tourism......
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Date of experience: May 2017
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