In Seville you will find numerous spaces for nature lovers; you might want to know about some of the rivers of Seville, commonly covering areas adjacent to regions of great scenic beauty.
Some of rivers that pass through the province of Seville are:
The marshes of the Guadalquivir are perhaps one of the most extensive natural areas of Seville, comprising about 2000 square kilometres in the provinces of Seville, Huelva and Cadiz.
The river gets its name from the Arabic era and means "Big River"; its source is situated in Sierra de Corolla (Jaen) and it empties into the Atlantic in Cadiz.
The Guadalquivir River is the largest in the province of Seville, providing the province shipping through its river port and it’s being used by many bathers to cool off during the summer, but not recommended due to its pollution levels.
This River with its source in the province of Malaga has the distinction of having a pond near its mouth in the river Guadalquivir, where people usually treat ulcers.
River known for fishing for catfish, crayfish and eels. It flows into the Guadalete and its tributary is the river Guadamanil which during the summer is completely dry.
With its source in Cadiz, this river runs through the province of Seville and the town of Alcala de Guadaira, where you can find Parque Central, a beautiful natural area we recommend visiting and where you find the remains of a Moorish mill.