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Next to the Doñana Park and 15 kilometres from the village of El Rocío, you will find this family beach in Torre de la Higuera, better known as Matalascañas, in the municipality of Almonte.

5 kilometres of beaches on this Atlantic coastline, from the old watchtower, (fallen into the seashore and an international emblem) to the poles that delimit the Doñana Park. Beyond these limits, 40 more kilometres of unobstructed beaches where you can enjoy the sea and the Blue Flag nature. Matalascañas also has quality restaurants, water sports such as sailing and windsurfing schools. If you need a place to relax away from noise and stress, this is the place for you!

What to do in Matalascañas?

Points of Interest

Water Activities

Nature

Activities

Water sports

A wide range of leisure activities related to the sea, beginners' courses, crossings and wave courses; stand up paddle boarding is here to stay... Paddle along kilometres of virgin beach or surf the gentle waves of its coastline. All from its bases and facilities located in Matalascañas.

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Doñana National Park

Matalascañas is surrounded by the Doñana National and Natural Park, which is one of its main attractions. It has more than 120,000 hectares, with large expanses of marshes where numerous species of animals live during the winter, especially waterfowl, which usually reach 200,000 individuals each year. Doñana is also the last stronghold of species in serious danger of extinction such as the lynx, and others such as the imperial eagle, the horned coot and the Purple Gallinule.

Beaches

With an urban beach length of 5.5 km, it offers fine-grained white sand, easy accessibility, facilities and restaurants.

Tower of the Higuera

Colloquially known as "La Peña" or "El Tapón", it was a watchtower on the beach of Matalascañas. Nowadays, only the foundations of the tower remain, which are upside down and upside down on the shore. The tower offers the visitor an unusual view of its foundations, which are in a poor state of conservation as a result of the passage of time and the action of the sea.

Doñana National Park

Matalascañas is surrounded by the Doñana National and Natural Park, which is one of its main attractions. It has more than 120,000 hectares, with large expanses of marshes where numerous species of animals live during the winter, especially waterfowl, which usually reach 200,000 individuals each year. Doñana is also the last stronghold of species in serious danger of extinction such as the lynx, and others such as the imperial eagle, the horned coot and the Purple Gallinule.

Camel trekking in the Doñana National Park

In Matalascañas there is a long range of dunes and pine forests that extends all the way to the beach of Mazagón. Travelling along it on the back of our African camels is a gift for the senses, as this animal, so affable, invites you to enjoy nature with its slow walk, to the point of getting to know the native plants of Doñana, such as the camariña.

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Camel Farm

In the heart of the Matalascañas Dune Park, you will find a camel farm, where you can discover how they live, interact with them, feed them, hug them or learn more about them and enjoy a delicious tea with dates before touring the Dune Park.

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Visit to the Doñana Park

Enjoy a wide variety of experiences for your visit to the Doñana Park, whether in a group, in a private way, on horseback or in a 4x4.

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Horseback Riding

Experience the sensation of a relaxing ride through pine forests and dunes, and above all, let yourself be amazed by the scenery offered by our viewpoints. A unique equestrian experience in the coastal area of the Doñana Park.

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Hoteles en Matalascañas

Hotel El Cortijo Matalascañas

Andalusian essence next to Doñana nature park

Gastronomy

Mediterranean town

Family

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Adults
older than 12 years
Children
2 to 11 years old