Marismas del Guadalquivir

Ruta 4×4 Por Las Marismas Del Guadalquivir – Parque Natural De Doñana

We start the route heading northwest towards the Guadalquivir River, first passing through some of the most representative vineyards of the Jerez area; Carrascal and Macharnudo, making a brief stop to observe the landscape of the vineyards. Once we leave the vineyards, we come to a small hill where one of the most important archaeological sites of Western Andalusia "Asta Regia", an ancient city that may date back to between 1250 - 850 BC and was inhabited until the 10th century AD. It was possibly occupied by the Tartessians and other peoples until the Islamic period.

We continue our route along roads that in the rainy season turn into marshes and we arrive at Trebujena, a wine-growing village par excellence, its vineyards are located on hills with spectacular views of the Guadalquivir River. From this point we will begin to observe a great variety of birdlife that will accompany us until we reach Sanlúcar. We will be able to see passing ships heading for Seville or the open sea that seem to be sailing over land.

Sin dejar el margen del rio, nos introducimos en zona de marismas del Parque natural que se pierden en el horizonte, hasta que se nos aparece un bosque de pino piñonero donde anidan varias especies de aves, como son la espátula o el Milano negro. En este lugar tomaremos nuestro clásico aperitivo con vino.

We finish our route in Sanlúcar de Bda. where the river Guadalquivir flows into the river, with the Coto de Doñana in the background. We then return to the point of origin.

Details of the tour

  • Departure: Acordar con el cliente
  • Meeting point: Jerez, Rotonda de la Alameda vieja / Opción en privado
  • Distance: Aproximadamente 100km
  • Duration: 4h 30min
  • Price: Ask us for a quote
  • Suitable for people with reduced mobility

What is included in the price of this route? Included in the price

Service in a 4x4 vehicle with a specialised guide
Equipment: binoculars, guides, reference material, etc.
Aperitif with a glass of sherry
Bottle of water