Huelva, an attractive province
Huelva is a destination full of charm. Located at the extreme south-western Spain, the Spanish province has many strengths. With its mild climate throughout the year, Huelva attracts many travelers.
The landscapes are unforgettable. Between its vast beaches topped pines and the Doñana National Park, a row of biosphere reserve and world heritage by UNESCO, Huelva has become a top tourist attraction of Andalusia. This province has atypical villages, like El Rocio, which takes you into the world of the Wild West. The mines are also part of local history. Indeed, men have exploited this area for many centuries. Minas Riotinto is one of the examples.
Huelva is also a province rich in tradition. Surrounded by large agricultural villages, it offers an exquisite journey through wine. Moreover, the Condado de Huelva wines benefit from an appellation contrôlée. Its gastronomy is represented by the large white shrimp but also by the pata negra ham. Moreover, during the months of January and February, the slaughter of pigs is a very strong tradition.
The capital of the province of Andalusia has a rich history. It is in a village close to Palos de la Frontera, Columbus left in the direction of India, on his first trip. Remains dating back 2,500 years to 3,000 years BC were also discovered. For this trip to discover the history, you will know everything about flamenco, originally from this region.
Many events are held throughout the year. The Romería del Roció is the main festival of the province. This is the most important pilgrimage of Spain. It takes place at Pentecost. Releasing Mares takes place during the month of June. Farmers take the mares and foals to mark with iron. Another festivity: the carnival. It is an institution!
The Hotel Fuerte El Rompido will make your stay unforgettable. This dominates the natural site of Rio Piedras. It features an indoor pool and an outdoor pool. The hotel has a spa and a fitness room. It also offers tours, tasting and flamenco classes.