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.
Where there’s good source material, you’re sure to eat rich and regal. No two ways about that. And no better proof than Huelva, where there are restaurants galore, for every taste and pocket size.
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.
Tapas is an important part of the culture of Huelva, and it can be served both as a starter or in the form of a delicious meal enjoyed in good company. Enjoy the tasty tradition of tapas.
During the Columbian Festival, the city is full of market stalls, free concerts, kids’ activities and even sporting events, ensuring you and your family or friends will have a great time.
In addition to its renowned ham, prawns, cuttlefish and strawberries, Huelva boasts a broad culinary repertoire that is well worth exploring.
The Pilgrimage of El Rocío, the Columbian Festival, Holy Week…The festivities in Huelva are all about historical and religious traditions. Let’s take a look at what they’re all about.
The province of Huelva sits on the border with Portugal and is a hiker’s dream packed with mountains, wetlands and plenty of coastline.
Huelva has a number of enjoyable surprises for families with kids. In this piece, we will lay out our recommendations for the best plans in the province, when visiting with children, which will guarantee a good time for all.