Things to do in Huelva
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.
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.
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.
Devotion, emotion and religion are what drive over a million people to go on the pilgrimage to the El Rocío hermitage year after year.
Enjoy beautiful scenery as you soak up the sun on Huelva’s beaches.