Popular Destinations in Huelva Province
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Holiday rentals and apartments in Huelva
Would you like to enjoy a quiet and relaxing holiday in a place surrounded by beautiful beaches and delicious food without hesitation? The, you must visit the beautiful province of Huelva, located west of the autonomous community of Andalusia in Spain. It is known not only for being the least populated province of Andalusia, but also for having fabulous holiday rentals with everything you are looking for to rest on this holiday, so you can have endless activities such as visiting important national parks, mountains, beaches, as well as neighbouring towns with great charm. Do not miss a visit to its significant historical buildings such as monasteries, churches, and defence towers. Walk through the old town, where you can learn many fascinating cultural facts about Andalusia and its impressive historical past.Stunning holiday rentals near the old town
Marvel at the outstanding holiday rentals that you will find on these holidays to relax surrounded by beautiful exotic vegetation as well as the best panoramic views of the entire coast. For the hottest days, you can have a bath in the fantastic pool with terrace and furniture included, as well as barbecues to enjoy a delicious meal with your family under the Andalusian sun. The living room brings air conditioning, internet access, smart television, a selection of games and much more to have a good time. When you get to the kitchen, you will find that it is fully equipped with everything you need and much more to prepare homemade meals. In the same way, you can enjoy the comfortable dining room with enough space for the whole family as well as a breakfast bar. For having a nice rest, you can enjoy cosy bedrooms with single, double, and queen size beds with linen included. As well bathroom with bathtub and towels included additionally, all these properties include private parking and proximity to the most beautiful beaches of this Andalusian town that you can visit.
Holidays in Huelva
This picturesque town characterized by its white buildings, it houses the Sierra de Aracena Natural Park as well as the Picos de Aroche. It is a perfect starting point to begin touring the surroundings and is the best place if you are a lover of hiking and nature. It was named an asset of cultural interest in 2005. Likewise, it is one of the least populated, with just 300 inhabitants. However, it is entirely worth a tour of its historic centre. Since you will find beautiful cobbled streets with great tourist corners to take photos or visit some temples such as the parish church of San Juan Bautista with unique architectural details.Tour the fantastic Aracena
This charming town of Aracena is known as the capital of the Sierra, that bears the same name. It is a cosy and beautiful town with a lot of charm where you will find steep slopes as well as white houses, making it the perfect setting for an old castle of Muslim origin that is in the highest part and that was later occupied by the Templars. The route is short, however, a visit to this fantastic place will be completely worth it, where you will feel transported back in time.
In addition to the incredible beauty of its natural parks, you can also marvel at the exceptional beauty of its beaches. Among the most popular, you can visit El Rompido beach, one of the favourites of tourists, belonging to a protected area. From the natural park of the Río Piedras, you can access it by boat or on foot, and it is worth going to admire its wild appearance. Another favourite is Matalascañas beach. Where 5 km of soft sands are located, one of the busiest, especially in summer, where you will find stretches of wild appearance and others with a more urban and modern style. In the proximities, you can visit the beautiful dunes of the Matalascañas park that occupies an area of 130 hectares with a contrasting landscape and coastal vegetation. It is undoubtedly wonderful to explore in the company of your family.Huelva for nature lovers
Discover the imposing Dolmen del Soto, in the town of Trigueros. It is considered one of the most important megalithic monuments found in the province of Huelva. It is estimated to be dated between 3000 and 2500 BC and is one of the best and most impressive examples of the Neolithic in Andalusia. In 1922, it was discovered by Armando Soto to later be declared a national monument in 1931. Currently, you can take a tour of its extensive corridor that gives me a little more than 20 m long with just 0.82 cm wide. You can visit it during all year and its entrance is completely free.
Located in the Aracena area. It represents the entire cultural essence of Andalusia with its adorable white houses, where you will also find an imposing castle whose origin is not yet specified. What is more, during the tour of Cortegana you will also find the beautiful Church of el Divino Salvador, that has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest that you must visit. Where its well-preserved structure with beautiful architectural details will take your breath away.2. Visit the capital Huelva
This is considered one of the least known Andalusian capitals; however, a tour of its surroundings will help you discover unparalleled historical places. You will be able to see the Tinto pier where minerals were loaded by boat to be taken to the British Isles, as well as other monuments such as the sculpture of Cristobal Colón. Stroll around, where you will find a lot of information about its past and the remarkable mining activity that took place.3. Enjoy a delicious visit to Jabugo
You will find this cosy and small town located in the heart of the Sierra de Aracena. You'll find adorable cobbled streets, small historical monuments, and more. However, the real attraction of this town is its exquisite food. The best Iberian hams on the entire coast are made in this region. You can take a tour of its facilities and enjoy at the end of a magnificent tasting of samples that will help you choose your favourite.4. Walk through the colonial Moguer
This town is known for being part of the starting point of the trips that Cristobal Colon made to America, since a third part of its population enrolled in that expedition. Among other aspects, you will be able to marvel at its great colonial style of its narrow streets and its beautiful houses with large balconies. In the same way, in this town you will find the famous Museum of the writer Juan Ramón Jiménez. Located in what was formerly his house with exhibitions about his life, articles and much more that you cannot miss and must visit.5. Explore the Gruta de las Maravillas
If you are a lover of ancient geological and rock formations, you should take a tour of the Gruta de las Maravillas. You will find it in the municipality of Aracena open since 1914. It is characterized by its large rooms of stalactites, stalagmites and some that are under a small lagoon, offering tourists a truly spectacular and unique scenario unique to this region of Spain.