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Avenida del Decano, s/n, 21100
The Barcelo Punta Umbria Beach Resort is a 4 star hotel that offers a convention center for up to 1,500 people, 16 well equipped function rooms for business meetings or special events, 4 restaurants... Read more
MARTIN ALONSO PINZON 13, 21003 HUELVA
An ideal hotel for those wishing to discover the city of Huelva or for those who wish to spend a couple of days whilst travelling to either Seville or down towards the sea. DU 24. Read more
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SANTA MARINA - VALDEZUFRE, 1
Rich in tradition, this hotel was comprehensively renovated in 2003 and now has a very well-maintained appearance. It is fully air-conditioned and comprises a total of 18 rooms, of which five are... Read more
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Urb. Nuevo Portil, s/n, 21459 Huelva - Cartaya
The hotel with 69 room is in a colonially designed building located on the 18 hole Nuevo Portil golf course. All services are available, including cleaning of clubs and shoes as well as reservations... Read more
Discover HuelvaHuelva is a city in southwestern Spain, the capital of the province of Huelva in the autonomous region of Andalusia. It is located along the Gulf of Cadiz coast, at the confluence of the Odiel and Rio Tinto rivers. According to the 2005 census, the city has a population of 145,150 inhabitants. The city was called Onuba during Roman times; the Arabs then called it Walbah. It suffered substantial damage in the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. Tropical Depression Vince made landfall just off the coast of Huelva in October 2005, making it the first tropical cyclone to make landfall in Spain. Huelva and its metropolitan area have a Subtropical-Mediterranean climate, characterized by very mild and wet winters and long warm to hot and dry summers.
The local football team Recreativo de Huelva is the oldest in Spain and its foundation dates from 1889. One series of attraction to visit in this province are the so-called Columbus sites . These sites include Huelva itself, Moguer, Palos de la Frontera and the Rábida Monastery. The visitors can find the places where Columbus sought the aid of the Fransicans at the monastery of La Rábida. They introduced him to local rich sailors – the Pinzón Brothers- and Ferdinand and Isabella.