Huelva travel guide
The province of Huelva has preserved a multitude of beautiful beaches, natural parks and protected areas and is home to the Doñana National Park, the natural sites of the Odiel Marshes, the swamps of the Isla Christina and the natural parks of Sierra de Aracena and Picos Aroche.
The coasts of Huelva are spacious and quiet, with fine white sand, dunes and pine forests. There are both more urbanized tourist sites and other places for fans of quiet tranquility and nature. Also in the province are numerous marinas in Sanlucar Guadiana, Ayamonte, Isla Canela, Isla Christina, El Rompido, Punta Umbria, Huelva and Mazagón.
The more important coastal communities in Huelva are Matalascañas, Mazagon, Punta Umbria, El Rompido, Nuevo Portil, La Antilla, Islantilla, Isla Christina, Isla Canela and Ayamonte.
Huelva city is situated on a peninsula between the rivers Tinto and Odiel, 300 km from Malaga. The city is well connected with Seville, 90 km away and Portugal, only 45 km away, through the Autopista del Quinto Centenario (E-01).
Huelva has a modern bus station with many lines that connect the city with other municipalities in the province, as well as the rest of Andalusia, Spain and Portugal. The Huelva Railway Station now has a service of three daily trains to Seville.
The closest airports are Seville International Airport, 113 km away and the international airport in Faro, Portugal 112 km away. Private transfer is available from this link airport transfers Malaga to your final destination or vice versa, and also tours and excursions to Huelva.
As part of our Malaga travel guide you also might find interesting the correct route to the destination with our transfers from Malaga airport to Huelva. We show you an easy way to get there.
Weather forecast in Huelva for the next four days.