From Huelva, Seville is 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the east from here and Algarve, Portugal is 70 miles (113 kilometers) to the southwest.
There’s no better way to experience The true taste of a region than to spend a few hours meeting the dedicated vintners and sampling the delights of its wineries. Whether you’re a connoisseur or just enjoy the occasional vino, you will love Bodegas Oliveros and Bodegas Andrade, two of the most acclaimed wine producers the Huelva area. Bodegas Iglesias and Bodegas Rubio Millan are two other favorite wineries worth touring if you have the time.
Just because you're vacationing doesn’t mean you have to neglect your game; the Huelva area boasts some of the best golf courses in the region. Organize a visit to Isla Canela Golf Course or Islantilla Golf Club. If you're in the region for a while, it’s also worth checking out the fairways at the Golf Club Dunas de Donana.
To shop for local fashion or enjoy a light meal, visit Islantilla Shopping Centre or Varadero Shopping Centre. See what the locals love and wander through the stores at these bustling attractions.
Among the best coastal spots in Huelva are Matalascanas Beach and Isla Cristina Beach. These are just two of the attractive beaches in Huelva.
You can never know what makes a place tick until you know its past; luckily Huelva has preserved the Torre de la Higuera, one of the area’s more important historic sites. Most visitors explore this site and also other historic places to obtain an understanding of the events that shaped this region.
On a sunny day, visit Dune Park, a place where visitors can breathe in the fresh air. Locals and visitors alike love to hang out here because of its charm and pretty botanical displays.
The Muelle de la Carabelas is an inspiring escape for inquiring minds in Huelva. Enjoy the quiet atmosphere, ask the friendly staff about any special events, buy something from the gift shop or just enjoy the well-curated displays.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit the excellent castles in Huelva. When you come across the fairytale-like design of the Santa Olalla del Cala Castle, it is easy to conjure up images of how ruling clans used to battle for this region.