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When looking for hotels in Huelva, the coast is the preferred place for travellers, where they can find hotels with direct access to the most beautiful beaches on Huelva’s coast. Tourists appreciate how close their hotels are to the beaches and their corresponding promenades, bars, restaurants and plenty of leisure offerings. To sum it up, they’re looking for holidays that have it all, next to the waters of the Atlantic.
The hotels in this province are built around the area's nature and use its charm for inspiration. For example, Barceló Isla Canela, which is on the seafront at Isla Canela, features fascinating Andalusian-style gardens. Barceló Punta Umbría Mar features marvellous views of Huelva’s natural surroundings, making it the perfect hotel for couples.
For travellers looking for the ideal family hotel, Occidental Isla Cristina is close to the beach—in this case, the Isla Cristina beach. On the other hand, there are families looking for a good hotel for children and has spa services. You can find this comprehensive service at hotels like the Barceló Punta Umbría Beach Resort on the seafront at Punta Umbría.
Whether you’re looking for a family holiday or spending some romantic days with your partner, finding accommodation in Huelva won’t be any problem at all. Once travellers have their accommodation booked, they can start looking into the attractions they would like to visit in Huelva.
Experiences on Huelva’s coast—, which many call the Costa de la Luz—can be unforgettable. Numerous travellers fall in love with Huelva and come back for future holidays to continue marvelling at its views and beaches.
It is a small region southwest of the town of Ayamonte.It’s sister region is Punta del Moral, just 4 km away. This is where we can find the Isla Canela Marina, a hidden corner where ocean lovers can plan their boat trips—which can be easy leisure trips as a couple or family—where they can take in the natural surroundings, especially at sunset.
Given its location, it is a sea-faring community and is one of the many areas that have driven the fishing sector since the 18th century. Its environment is remarkable. It has undulating dunes, sprawling tidewaters and its dense vegetation exhibits numerous shades of green.
Visitors that choose this destination for their holidays have the beach as their main point of interest. For travellers looking to take a stroll, the San Bruno Estuary is not far from the coast. Its branches extend from the sea’s connection with the Guadiana River. It is a perfect little corner to disconnect from everything and simply revel in the marvellous views.
For history lovers, we have Torre Canela, one of the fire signal towers constructed on the coast of Huelva in the middle ages, to control the area in the event that pirates arrived. Organised visits are available to hear its history and are apt for all ages.
The answer is simple for those wondering what to do in Punta Umbría: there is no better experience than strolling along the sunny Atlantic coast and enjoying its natural spaces. As it is just 20 km from the capital city of Huelva, many people take the opportunity to visit it and learn more about its history and culture at the Huelva Museum.
Strolling through the Punta Umbría Fishing Port, you can see small boats at rest after a hard day’s work, offering a fascinating view of how the fishing tradition combines with the natural surroundings.
These surroundings continue to be great places to visit on excursions during the summer season. One of its most impressive places is Los Enebrales de Punta Umbría, , a juniper forest stretching over 162 hectares and abuts Playa de Los Enebrales itself.
It has a 3 km cycling path with wooden access points to the beach, allowing visitors to easily take a swim at any moment of their trip. This visit is ideal for couples on a weekend short break.
Another touristic point of interest is the Marismas del Odiel natural park, the marshland where the mouths of the Odiel and Tinto rivers meet. Guided visits are organised around its 7,185 hectares to discover the area’s natural fauna. We recommend visiting at sunset to enjoy its colours first hand.
For those looking to stroll around Punta Umbría's town centre, this area also has a fire signal tower, the Torre de Punta Umbría, the oldest structure in the city. Just 350 m away, you’ll find the Casa de los Ingleses. This museum-type visit commemorates the British community that began forming in Punta Umbría at the end of the 19th century. You can request visits to the Torre de Punta Umbría from here.
This fishing village in the southwest of the province of Huelva (40 km from the capital, Huelva) was founded by the Valencian and Catalan people in the 18th century. This coastal area is admired for the beauty of its scenery, which is a relaxing part of this natural area, and will allow you to learn more about life on the coast.