The Doñana Natural Park is a protected geographical area in a special way to improve its conservation and especially because it gives life to the Doñana National Park.
The route that we do today is through its green corridor further north and further from the Park and that runs between the banks of the Guadiamar river. It is a fountain brimming with life, and a river of princes, as the Arabs called it: Wadi-Amar. It is the last great tributary of the Guadalquivir before its mouth and is born in Sierra Morena and in its final stage passes between sands and pine forests to end up forming the Doñana marshes.
The Guadiamar Path, which runs from North, Aznalcóllar, to South, Bado del Quema, through this Green Corridor. We are going to do this last section, leaving from the center of Aznalcazar and entering through the Guadimar Visitor Center.
We cross the river over the iron bridge and turn south, downstream, leaving the river on our right. You have no loss. It is an easy route and suitable for mountain biking or horse riding.
The southernmost point of the trail is Bado de Quema where we turn around. The ascent path also runs parallel to the river, but at the Cañada Rianzuela crossing, we do not turn left and we prefer to return along the Cordel del Camino de los Playeros between crop fields and oranges until we return to the path at mid-altitude by the Camino de la Quema and then we leave the path again through the Las Mancas area to look for the center of Aznalcazar, which is our starting point.
Max elevation: 111 m
Total climbing: 356 m
Total time: 04:23:54