1. Doñana National Park
Doñana National Park is an area that's home to abundant wildlife in southern Spain. It is well-known for its marshlands, migratory birds, lush pine forests, and shifting coastal dunes.
The park has guided walks, but visitors can also explore alone. See the Palacio del Acebrón, a 20th-century palace that houses the national park visitor center. Explore the nearby 13th-century religious sanctuary, El Rocío Hermitage, or hit up Playa de Matalascaña, famous for its seafront promenade with lots of places to eat, rest, and enjoy the scenery.