Things to do in Huelva
Nature, history and excellent cuisine are in perfect harmony in the Sierra de Huelva. Here are some ways you can make the most of them all in this natural paradise.
A long beach with fine golden sands where the River Piedras meets the Atlantic. Find out about hiking and other activities on the Atlantic coast.
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 Odiel Marshes are a remarkable natural marshland on the coast of Huelva. If you’re planning to visit this corner of Huelva, here is all the useful information.
The mountains, the coast and a wealth of luxurious spas make Huelva the perfect destination to please all the senses.
Matalascañas is unique in that it is both a popular coastal town with a wonderful beach and the gateway into Parque Nacional de Doñana, the largest national park in Spain.
The 17th-century Catedral de la Merced de Huelva, or Huelva Cathedral, was once part of the Mercedarian convent founded by Pérez de Guzmán.
During Holy Week in Huelva, the processions are made up of 25 brotherhoods, marching bands, religious statues and images, sweets, fine desserts and the devotion of the people.
Almonaster la Real, which appears in the latest version of ‘The Most Beautiful Towns in Spain’ list, has one of the last rural mosques to be found in Spain.
If you wish to fully appreciate the cultural and artistic heritage of Huelva, and grasp its true worth, a visit to the Museum of Huelva is an absolute must.