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    Doñarrayán Park Campsite is located in a region boasting a rich cultural and natural heritage, between the Andalusian provinces of Huelva, Seville and Cadiz. In the town of Hinojos, in the heart of the Doñana National Park, it is the only campsite where you can experience a stay in this pristine natural environment.

    A region boasting endless treasures for you to discover!

    Pristine nature

    Visit the Doñana National Park – classified as UNESCO World Heritage since 1980 – a Biosphere Reserve

    The park is the largest ecological reserve in Europe, and is home to some unique flora and fauna, including many endangered species. It is also a nesting place on the migratory route for thousands of European birds. With a bit of luck, you may be able to spot Iberian lynxes, white imperial eagles, ichneumons (Egyptian mongoose) and many herbivorous species…
    The diversity of this ecosystem with its mountains, marshes, pine forests, lagoons, cliffs and shifting dunes makes it one of the most incredible, preserved sites in Spain, boasting 30 km of untouched beaches…

    Our sightseeing advice:
    > To make sure you don’t miss any of this unique natural site, book a guided all-terrain tour, with binoculars and telescopes. A real adventure for even the youngest children.
    > Take the Real Fernando tourist boat down the Guadalquivir river.
    > Plan your own route along the cycle paths, hiking trails, and past observatories: for more information, inquire at one of the five visitor centres.
    > Go on a trip down the Guadalquivir River to observe the flamingos on the Real Fernando boat.

    Cultural Heritage

    The holidays are also the ideal opportunity to discover different cultures and traditions.

    Hinojos – 7 km

    Just 10 minutes away by car and 20 minutes by bike, discover the village of Hinojos, with its typical white Andalusian houses. It is well worth exploring Santiago el Mayor parish church and the Virgen del Valle Hermitage.

    El Rocio – 20 km

    30 minutes from the campsite, discover the village of El Rocío. A real must! With its wild west atmosphere, dirt streets and inhabitants who travel around on horseback, it will feel like you have been transported back in time! Bordered by marshes, you will also be able to spot flamingos and wild horses. El Rocío is equally famous because it is the most important pilgrimage site in Spain. The village comes alive at Pentecost for the “Romeria del Rocío”. Pilgrims come here to honor the Virgin “Blanca Paloma”.

    Séville – 55 km

    1 hour from the campsite by car, Seville is a city that never fails to enchant its visitors… You’ll love its traditional festivals, monuments, and Flamenco shows, among others…

    Sightseeing highlights:
    > The Alcazar: The royal palace of Seville
    > Seville Cathedral: one of the largest cathedrals in the world, housing the tomb of Christopher Columbus
    > Plaza de Espana
    > The Plaza de Toros: The largest and most important arena in Spain.
    > Discover the emblematic filming locations for Star Wars films and series such as the Game of Thrones

    Huelva – 70 km

    50 minutes away by car, Huelva is a town steeped in history! It was from the Port of Palos that Christopher Columbus set out to discover and conquer America. You can also sample its traditional cuisine and visit its archaeological remains.


    40 minutes from the campsite, head to Matalascañas beach to enjoy its warm, translucent waters and a wide array of activities close to the Doñana natural park.


    The region of Huelva was voted the capital of Spanish gastronomy in 2017.
    Discover and savour its many local specialities including:
    > Jabugo tapas ham
    > Local seafood including pescaito frito and Huelva’s pink / white prawns
    > Pluma ibérica

    Horse riding adventures

    Andalusia is also a fabulous region for horse riding, and a range of equestrian activities are possible:

    > For adrenaline-fuelled thrills: gallop along the sandy trails in the heart of the Doñana National Park
    > For something more traditional: set off in a horse-drawn carriage to discover the park with family or friends