From the town of Ayamonte to Almonte stretch kilometres of beaches for everyone. Beaches of fine golden sand, white sand beaches, pristine and nude beaches.
The coastal towns of Huelva are the perfect place to enjoy a wide variety of fish and of course local seafood, white prawns being one of the top plates of the province.
The municipalities of Huelva with beaches are:
With the Natural Park of the Marshes of Isla Cristina surrounding the area and offering visitors a unique environment of wooden bridges and trails to any of the beaches of the municipality.
The coast of Lepe begins at the Islantilla beach that is shared with Isla Cristina. Lepe offers visitors in addition to its 17 kilometres of beaches a great golf course for those who practice the sport.
4 kilometres of beaches that start in the town of Lepe and end in Huelva, offering visitors a good place to sunbathe and refresh plus golf courses, a water park and green areas belonging to Reserva de la Laguna.
In Huelva you find Beach El Espigon, a pristine beach of 5 kilometres located within the Odiel Marshes Nature Reserve.
Palos de la Frontera
In this municipality you find the beaches Puente del Vigia and Mazagon, the last one is shared with the municipality of Moguer. The beaches are characterized by tranquillity and a modern port in the area.
In Moguer are situated the beaches of Mazagon which it shares with Palos de la Frontera, El Parador, Rompeculos and Torre del Loro.
Moguer beaches are characterized by being located in pristine environments, ideal places to practice nudism.
It shares the beach of Torre del Loro with Moguer and where is situated the popular beach Matalascañas, a well-known summer destination of national tourists.