Start the day with an early morning pickup at your hotel in Seville, then travel to the town of Coria del Rio to visit the northerly marshes of Doñana National Park along the banks of the Guadalquivir River. Roughly 300 species of bird have been sighted in this area's marshes, pine forests, and pastures, and the nearby rice fields shelter Europe’s largest colony of white storks.
Keep driving into the park's northernmost area on your way to El Rocío, where you’ll tour the village's chapel and an ornithologists' observatory that's perfect for spotting more birdlife. Stretch your legs on a walk along the Doñana National Park trails near the La Rocina stream.
Take a break for lunch (own expense), then head to the beach to learn about the largest dune ecosystem in Spain. As you travel back through the park on the way to Seville, you’ll catch a sunset in the Asperillo pine forest. This full-day tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel in Seville.