The Parque Corchuela is one of Sevillas newest parks. It is a large park surrounded by countryside and has wide open spaces with play parks and an adventure playground. The farmstead of the same name still exists. There are a range of different ecosystems. The south area of the park contains a valuable area of holm oaks. The northern part, meanwhile, has a small copse of wild olive trees, along with old scrub plants to be found throughout the area. In order to make it easy to identify wildlife here, you will find various information panels with details, mainly of bird species, such as the little owl, black kite, cuckoo, thrush and partridge. Various watercourses such as the Hornillo stream make the area a little cooler, and are home to riverine vegetation with poplars, willows, tamarisk and bulrushes.
The route starts by taking a short trip by train to the outskirts of Seville. From here it is a short ride on bike lanes to the river Guadaira where you join on riverside paths down steam, southwards. The river has heards of free roaming horses and an abundance of bird life to see. The route then takes an easterly turn across farm lands using rural cycle paths which are sign posted until reaching the park itself.
18km (11m) outward bound; local railway service, cycle paths, pathways & greenways. Weekends and public holidays only.
Minimum group 2. Maximum group 8.
Free! Cancel free of charge up to 14 days before the activity. If you cancel less time or do not show up, no refund will be offered.