Things to see in Huelva
Punta Umbría is blessed with kilometres of pristine beaches, quaint fishing villages and vast open spaces the likes of which are found only in fairy tales. All of which make for the perfect place to get away from it all.
Located next to the mouth of the Guadiana River, Ayamonte has a wide range of attractions on offer, from long seductive beaches and bustling ports to fine art, delicious cuisine and charming hotels.
Aracena’s castle may not be as famous as its ‘Grotto of Marvels’, but thanks to its beauty and the rich history behind its construction, it’s slowly becoming one of Aracena’s most popular attractions.
Right in the centre of Aracena you will find the entrance to one of the most spectacular caves in Spain: the Grotto of Marvels.
Almonte is the largest municipality of Huelva and its treasures include the village of El Rocío, Matalascañas beach and a large section of Doñana National Park.
Just 15 km from the city of Huelva, Palos de la Frontera holds the keys to Columbus’ voyages of discovery more than 500 years ago.
With fascinating links to Christopher Columbus, and the birthplace of the Nobel Prize winner Juan Ramón Jiménez, the pretty town of Moguer has quite an incredible past.
If there were one word to describe Huelva province it would be ‘diverse’. With its multitude of beaches, vast natural spaces dotted with little whitewashed villages Huelva is the perfect place to lose yourself in for a few days.
A medieval castle and Mudéjar church stand tall above this charming little town in the mountains. Find out all about the best features of Cortegana.
The Wharf of the Caravels in Palos de la Frontera exhibits full size replicas of the three ships that reached America in 1492 with Columbus at the helm.