Huelva Province Natural Parks

Spectacular autumn leaves in the province of Huelva. © Michelle Chaplow
Spectacular autumn leaves in the province of Huelva.

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Protected Natural Environments in Huelva Province

Although largely overlooked by foreign visitors, Huelva province contains some of Andalucia's most ecologically important wildlife areas, including the vast Doñana National Park, one of Europe's foremost wetland sites with an exceptional birdlife. Despite the ugly industrial sprawl around Huelva city and ever-increasing tourist development along its shores, Huelva's coast retains some significant wildlife enclaves, the largest after Doñana being the Marismas del Odiel Natural Area, with a sizeable spoonbill population, along with numerous other bird species. Inland is the Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche Natural Park, clothed in dense Mediterranean woodland. Its network of old drovers' tracks make it ideal walking country.

Natural Parks

Doñana national park
Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche

Natural Areas

Los Enebrales Natural Area
Estero de Domingo Rubio Natural Area
Lagunas de Palos y las Madres Natural Area
Marismas de Isla Cristina
Las Marismas del Odiel Natural Area
Marismas del Río Piedras y la Flecha del Rompido Natural Area
Peñas de Aroche
Sierra Pelada y Rivera del Aserrador

Natural Reserves

Laguna de El Portil Natural Reserve
Isla de Enmedio Natural Reserve
Marismas del Burro Narural Reserve

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Protected Natural Environments in Andalucia, Spanish National Parks, Wildlife and Nature Reserves, conservation and protection of the Biosphere in southern Spain