The Guadalquivir River rises in the Sierra de Cazorla, Southeastern Spain, and flows generally south-west past Córdoba and Seville into the Gulf of Cádiz near Sanlúcar de Barrameda. The Guadalquivir is Spain’s second longest river. Its natural environment is one of the most varied in Europe, containing representatives of half of the continent’s plant species and nearly all those of the North African region. The fauna also includes a great variety of European and North African species.

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