Top things to do and see in Huelva

Huelva city offers a wide variety of places to visit and things to do, some of the most recommendable are discussed below:

Doorway to the Atlantic Ocean

For its strategic location Huelva is considered the gateway to the Atlantic. In the interpretative centre are shown some touristic routes through the city and we are told the story of the city and the establishment of different cultures in the area.

Archaeological Museum of Huelva

In this museum are shown remains found of the different civilizations that have inhabited the area along the history. On the first floor there are some contemporary works of the twentieth century.

Odiel Marshes

Natural site that features the most important wetlands of Andalusia just behind Doñana and a stopping point for many species of birds en route to Africa.

Tharsis Pier

This pier was built in the late nineteenth century by the Tharsis mining company that used this port to send the mined ore to Great Britain.

Columbus House

From the late nineteenth century with the idea of becoming a hotel, it was finally acquired by the mining company Rio Tinto Company as headquarters.

Working-class neighbourhood

Built by the mining company Rio Tinto to house the workers of the company. The architecture used follows the British model of the time thus it is a place that contrasts with the surroundings and which is worth visiting.

Huelva Beaches

Definitely an option for those who want to cool off and enjoy good quality beaches. There are beaches for those who practice naturism, beaches near camping areas and family beaches with all amenities.

Golf Courses

Nature is an important part of the heritage of Huelva and golf courses introduce the lovers of this sport to beautiful natural landscapes.

Rio Tinto

This mine from which ore was extracted throughout history beginning with the Romans, reached its fullest during the nineteenth century. It is located near the town of Nerva and has a museum where is shown the history on the extraction of iron.


The Natural Parks of Huelva and its mountains offer numerous hiking paths where you can get lost and enjoy the diverse ecosystem of the province and its natural beauty.

Huelva Trekking Routes: Alajar-Castaño del Robledo, Santa Ana la Real, Alajar-Fuentheridos, Alajar-Linares, Alajar-Linares mountain pass, Linares-Ribera de Linares, Linares-Aracena, Cortegana-Fuente de los Burros, Cortegana-Las Veredas, Almonaster-Cerro de San Cristobal, Almonaster-Escalada, El Repilado-Los Romeros, Castaño del Robledo-Jabugo, Jabugo-Las Chinas, Zalamea la Real-Riotinto's mines, Santa Ana-Castaño del Robledo, Las Marinas-Linares de la Sierra, Corterrangel-Cortelazor, Aroche-San Mamés, Arroyomolinos-Cerro de los Bonales, El Rocio-El Acebrón, Doñana: Reception Centre, Matalascañas-Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Punta Umbría-Enebrales, Marismas de Odiel

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