Spanish & Portuguese Waterways
Moorish palaces, tapas and the stomp of flamenco
The bubbling culture of Seville on the banks of the Guadalquivir will seduce you, while the sound of flamenco music will lure you to the coastal city of Cádiz.
The River Guadiana, which partly forms a natural border between Portugal and Spain, provides easy access to the one-time Roman trading port and popular tourist resort of Faro.
In between you'll find the beautiful Doñana National Park, a series of coastal marshes fed by the Atlantic. The diverse landscape hides a colourful medley of wildlife, from the elusive Iberian lynx to the Spanish imperial eagle.