ITINERARY: Huelva, Morguer, La Palma, Bollullos, Almonte.
The fact that ecclesiastically Huelva depended on the Archbishop of Seville marked its architecture, which reaped the benefit of repairs and new buildings put up after the Lisbon earthquake in 1755-towers with tile covered spires. The principal craftsmen were the Maestro Mayor of the Archbishopric Pedro de Silva and the local master builder F. Diaz Pinto.
The more outstanding things to see in Huelva are the church of La Merced (Cathedral), and the towers of La Concepcion and San Pedro.
At Morguer, the church of Santa Maria de La Granada and the altarpiece in the convent of Santa Clara. At Trigueros, the reforms and tower of the church of San Antón. The church of San Juan Bautista at La Palma del Condado is the most significant bulding of this tour, that may be completed with a visit to the parish churches of Bollullos del Condado and Almonte.