Huelva, Andalusia, Spain

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Huelva, a city of fishermen and sailors which can be seen in the names of the streets of the lower zone of the city, such as 'Calle Las Bocas', and 'Calle Berdigón'. And its tide mills, such as the 'Molino de la Vega', which now lends its name to a district of Huelva.

Children who grew up in Huelva, themselves from parents born and bred in the small villages in the province during the industrial boom, who ancestors came to the city in search of work, have recently returned to their villages to live their festivals and customs once more, with all that this entails. Huelva has a new sense of modernity, throwing out the old and in with the new!

Huelva is a provinical capital that has two distinguishing hallmarks: its rivers and its small hillocks. 'El Parque Alonso Sánchez', which is still unfinished, is erected on one such hillock, integrated well without destroying it and offering an exceptional viewpoint across the city. The Roman 'Onoba Aestuaria' forms a peninsula nestled between two rivers, the River Luxia and the River Urium. The Urium is now known as the River Tinto and the Luxia is now known as the River Odiel. These two rivers join at the 'Punta del Sebo', while in the north, the last tributary on the right bank of the River Tinto, 'La Ribera de la Nicoba' skirts around the capital, thus forming the peninsula.

The importance of this city lies in its sights, but also its story, linked to mining and with many settlements having made the city their howm over the course of its history.

In the 'Cabezo de la Joya' you will find the tomb of King Argantonio, thought not only to be a king but also the leader of a dynasty, and reigned for 80 years and lived for more than 100, which was most strange in those days. In 'La Orden', another district of the city, you can find remains which have been dated to over 5000 years old. At the Museum of Huelva, there are 30 cylindrical idols, which leads us to assume that such an amount highlights Huelva as an extremely important city, which may or not the city of Tartessos. At a provincial level, there are over 300 dolmens which again underlines the historical importance of the city..

As for the province, you have more than 120 kilometres of uninterrupted coastline, some of them equipped with services for large numbers of demanding tourists while others offer exquisite virgin beaches perfect for those in search of complete privacy! Isla Canela, Punta del Moral, Isla Cristina, La Antilla, El Rompido, El Portil, Punta Umbria, Mazagon and up to Matalascañas where the Doñana National Park begins, all offer beaches that year after year have managed to fly the blue flag as a result of their superb infrastructures, excellent facilities and of course...their crystal clear waters!

Before industrialisation in the 60s in Huelva, the entire population enjoyed the waters of the river to cool off on the hottest days of summer, in the Punta del Sebo, under the imposing view of the memorial monument 'La Fe Descubridora', popularly known among the locals as the Columbus Monument. Today, a dip in the river is not highly recommended, but after the construction of the Juan Carlos I dam, popularly known as 'El Espigon', Huelva has been granted another beach!

The city is also famous for hosting the massive yearly pilgrimage of the Virgen del Rocío. 'El Rocio' is a village belonging to the municipality of Almonte, located at the gates of the Doñana National Park. The pilgrims, as the inhabitants are called during the dates of the pilgrimage, feel most fortunate to be surrounded by the marshes of the Rocio. The town has unpaved streets of sand and the 'Ermita de la Blanca Paloma' church allows you to view true colonial style architecture.

The 'Sierra de Aracena' and 'Picos de Aroche', offer rugged terrain, and the people who occupy these areas ease of communication that other cities have been able to enjoy in better suited terrains. This means that their culture has been deeply rooted in tradition until just a few decades ago, when new roads and public transport emerged.

The average temperature in Huelva is 20 degrees maximum in autumn and spring and 30 degrees in summer, 12 degrees in winter. Thanks to this, the city is suitable for sports related to nature, such as golf especially close to the beaches, hiking along Avenida Francisco Montenegro up to the monument 'La Fe Descubridora' or from the entrance of the Odiel Marshes to the beaches. There are also many biking trails , with two such trails along the routes mentioned above... canoeing in the campsites among many more activities.

Huelva is one of the eight provinces of Andalusia, located at the western end. The province borders Seville to the east, at the mouth of the River Guadalquivir, opposite the province of Cadiz, outlining part of the Doñana National Park. To the west, the river Guadiana separates Huelva from Portugal. In the north, the province looks over towards the vast plains of 'Tierra de Barros' in Badajoz and to the South we have the Atlantic IOcean in all its splendor.

Due to its proximity, any break in Huelva means you can quickly visit Portugal or if you have more time, even the Canary Islands thanks to the direct connections by ferry.

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  • Reference:ac-hotel-huelva-by-marriott

    The modern AC Hotel Huelva by Marriott is strategically located on the outskirts of Huelva. It offers easy access to the city centre and to Seville via the nearby A49 Motorway.

    Desde 88 €

    88 €

    Reference: ac-hotel-huelva-by-marriott
  • Reference:monte-conquero

    Hotel Monte Conquero is in the centre of Huelva, 700 metres from the Cathedral, and a 15-minute walk from the Train Station. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

    Desde 89 €

    89 €

    Reference: monte-conquero
  • Reference:hacienda-montija-hotel

    Just 15 minutes from the beach and 10 minutes from the centre of Huelva, this beautifully renovated 11th-century property features an outdoor pool and gardens. Free WiFi is available.

    Desde 78 €

    78 €

    Reference: hacienda-montija-hotel
  • Reference:albergue-inturjoven-huelva

    The modern Albergue Inturjoven Huelva is situated near Moret Park, around 600 metres from Huelva Cathedral. It offers both shared and private rooms, all with air conditioning and en suite bathroom.

    Desde 108 €

    108 €

    Reference: albergue-inturjoven-huelva
  • Reference:hotel-eurostars-tartessos

    Offering rooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV, Hotel Tartessos is set next Casa Colón Exhibition Centre and 200 metres from Huelva Town Hall. There is free Wi-Fi in all areas.

    Desde 70 €

    70 €

    Reference: hotel-eurostars-tartessos
  • Reference:dahu01

    If you are looking for rural apartments in Huelva for rent during your holiday in Spain, this apartment is located in the village of Cortelazor. It is one of the prettiest villages of the Parque Natural...

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    There are many rural homes in Huelva, Andalusia, Spain, but this particular one is located in the lovely town of Aracena famous for it's natural park and caves. It is very close to the town of Navahermosa...

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    House Rio Murtiga is situated in the heart of the Sierra de Huelva, in the Natural Park of Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche. Here you'll enjoy a few days of rest with the possibilities of travelling...

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  • Reference:enib02

    This Punta Umbria country house in Huelva, Spain is the perfect choice for your holidays in the southern region of Andalusia. It is fully furnished and equipped for your holiday comfort. Lovely covered...

    Desde 414 €

    414 €

    Reference: enib02
  • Reference:pequeno-rocio

    There are many hotels in Huelva, Spain for you to choose from when going on holiday in the southern region of Andalusia. Pequeno Rocio is just a few minutes from the Matalascanas beach and next to the...

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  • Reference:sercotel-familia-conde

    Situated in the centre of Huelva, Hotel Familia Conde is ideal accommodation for spending a sun-filled holiday on the beautiful Costa de la Luz area of southern Andalusia.

    Desde 56 €

    56 €

    Reference: sercotel-familia-conde
  • Reference:nh-luz-huelva

    The NH Luz is located in central Huelva, next to the Huelva Museum and just 15 km from Punta Umbria Beach. All rooms have a balcony, free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV.

    Desde 85 €

    85 €

    Reference: nh-luz-huelva
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    Estación de Autobuses Méndez älvaro

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    The Hotel Marina in Huelva is close to the University and the Principe de Asturias sports ground. It has large rooms with air-conditioning and 21-inch (53 cm) TV.

    Reference: hotel-marina-3
  • 959530597

    Muelle de las Carabelas

  • 959509011

    Dique Juan Carlos I, Km 3

  • 902 43 23 43

    Avda. Italia S/N 21001 Huelva

  • 901 114 492

    Estación de Autobuses Damas

  • 959 210 170

    Casa Colón, Pza del Punto, s/n

  • Palos de la Frontera

  • Avda. Francisco Montenegro s/n

  • 959 43 04 32


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