The Campiña area of vineyards occupies a small zone north of Doñana
National Park, where a number of wine varieties are produced, including
amontillados, soleras, olorosos, and sweet wine.
There are numerous towns and villages in the area, of which the most notable
are the following:
Niebla, which dates from the Iron Age. Among the monuments to be
found here are: A Roman bridge across the River Tinto (Río Tinto),
an Arab wall which is 1735 m. long, the Castle of the Counts of Niebla
(Castillo de los Condes de Niebla), and the churches of Nuestra Señora
de Granada (Our Lady of Granada) and San Martín, as well as the
Hospital de Santa María (Holy Mary Hospital).
Bollullos Par del Condado: This village contains the largest wine-producing
cooperative in Andalusia and at persent is the centre of the region's
La Palma del Condado: Of Roman origin, this pretty village is famous
for the quality of its wines. Among its most notable monuments are la
Iglesia barroca de San Juan Bautista (Baroque-style St. John the Baptist
Church) and la Ermita Castillo del Valle (Castillo del Valle Hermitage),
the latter of 15th century Mudéjar construction.
Almonte: Attractive villafe within whose municipal boundaries are
found the Ermita del Rocío, the Doñana National Park and
Matalascañas beach. With around 14,000 inhabitants, it is the largest
of the villages on our route.
Rociana del Condado, Bonares and Villalba de Alcor are also gound on this