Try out the sensation of trotting through the village of El Rocio using traditional horse and carriages. Doñanatour offers this service as something for all visitors who want to discover a different mode of life from a comfortable perspective.
On a horse-drawn carriage immersed in the beauty of incomparable places.
At one with the tradition and folklore of this part of Andalusia.
A visit full of pleasant surprises.
Description of the service:
Get close to Doñana comfortably seated on a horse drawn carriage, which is a traditional method of transport, especially during the pilgrimage to the Rocio hermitage.
The rides are safe and will be adapted to your needs. They will take you through each of the representative types of Doñana’s diverse landscape and to places of cultural interest.
· Village of El Rocío.
· The King’s Hunting Grounds (Coto del Rey)
· Raya Real.
· El Asperillo.
· The Beach.
EL ROCÍO VILLAGE
El RocÍo is a small village in the municipality of Almonte (in the province of Huelva) made up of small white houses that surround the hermitage of the Virgin of Rocio, where the statue of “the White Dove”, as she is known, resides. The connection between the pilgrimage and the horse has shaped the village to an extent that it is the ideal place for equestrian activities.
THE KING’S HUNTING GROUND. (COTO DEL REY)
The pine woods of Coto del Rey, between Aznalcazar and Villamanrique de la Condesa are a perfect place for equestrian routes.
Wide pathways of White sands between forests, in the municipality of Hinojos, with a palace as the horizon. It is an important zone for birds, and their song envelops you as you ride along.
The Asperillo Cliffs are a system of fossil dunes that extend over an area of 12 hectares of coast, between the towns of Matalascañas and Mazagon. It is a great place for horse riding.
Doñana offers more than 30 km of gently sloping fine sand beach between the sea and the mobile dunes, along which a horse ride will introduce you to a great variety of crustaceans, molluscs, seaweed and birds at their best.
Widely experienced equestrian guides.
Horse. Identification guides for flora and fuana. Binoculars. First-aid kit.