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The national park has a vast array of birds, but it is also one of the last strongholds of the endangered Iberian lynx – one of Europe’s truly amazing predators which wander these wetlands.

The plethora of different habitats, whiche include marshes, sand dunes, scenic lagoons, scrubland and shallow streams, together create an area perfect for wildlife. Doñana is an important location for migrating birds, and summer sees the arrival of avian visitors from Africa when vibrant colonies of flamingos visit this part of Spain. More permanent residents include Spanish imperial eagle, mouflon and Egyptian mongoose.

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Key info

  • Ideal for viewing: Spanish imperial eagle, Iberian lynx, Egyptian mongoose, Adalbert’s eagle, wild boar
  • Where: Southwest coast, Spain

Wildlife trips

This wildlife location is featured in the following itinerary:

Iberian Lynx Quest

Explore some of the most wonderful and wild corners of Andalucia. Visit the vast Doñana National Park and the rugged Andujar Natural Park, last refuges of the rarest cat in the world, the critically endangered Iberian lynx, and home to a multitude of other mammals and birds.

  • When to go: Oct-Feb
  • Duration inc. flights: 8 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £1,495 pp
  • Trip type: Group tour
Suggested accommodation is shown below. Please contact us for further recommendations.

Casa Rural El Rocío

Situated in the town of El Roc, this pleasant rural accommodation is in an ideal location for exploring Doñana National Park, home to the endangered Iberian lynx. The property has 22 comfortable rooms spread around a central courtyard, and offers guests a traditional Andalucian welcome.