Torre del loro beach a long and quiet sandy beach in the natural park of donana

Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, the Doñana Nature Reserve is, without a doubt, one of the most important protected natural areas on the continent. Not only is it a key crossroads for migratory bird routes between Africa and Europe, but it is also the last refuge for many endangered species. Of course, it also boasts beautiful scenery, including beautiful beaches that are worth visiting all year round.

One of the most beautiful beaches in this park is Torre del Loro Beach, located in Mazagón, Huelva. It is a very long beach of soft, clear sands that surprises us with its ancient ruined tower from the 16th century that is still preserved. Would you like to discover more details? Then we recommend that you pay close attention to what we tell you below!

A paradise for bathers

As we were saying, in the Huelva municipality of Mazagón we can find Torre del Loro Beach, a quiet sandy beach of fine golden sand that is a real paradise for bathers, as it stands out for its calm waters.


To avoid Berber attacks

As you might have guessed from the pictures, the name of the beach comes from the old 16th century tower that emerges from the sand. It is a watchtower that Philip II ordered to be built in order to prevent the constant attacks of the Berbers. Today, of course, only a few remains remain.

To play to your heart’s content

This is an ideal beach for families, as it has plenty of space for children to play and to set up chairs and tables. In addition, you can enjoy some services: showers, litter bins, parking, beach bars…. Finally, we would like to mention that there is an area of the beach for nudists. We leave you with our gallery below, where you will find all the images of this beautiful beach in Huelva. Don’t miss it!

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