Things to see in Huelva
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.
Within the walls of this 14th-15th century convent building named after Santa María de la Rábida, Christopher Columbus mulled over the conquest of America.
The Castillo de Niebla and the ancient town walls together constitute the best-preserved fortification in Huelva and across Spain.
Experience a real journey to prehistory at Dolmen de Soto, one of the most remarkable megalithic monuments in Europe.
Tradition, culture, history, beautiful wetlands, great food… Read on for our pick of the best that the city of Huelva has to offer.
Heritage, nature and Iberian ham are just some of the excellent reasons to visit Aracena, a lovely little town in the Sierra de Huelva.
The 17th-century Catedral de la Merced de Huelva, or Huelva Cathedral, was once part of the Mercedarian convent founded by Pérez de Guzmán.