Huelva is a capital for more reasons than one.
It is the capital of the Spanish jamon, beach vacations, golf courses, the pilgrimages of El Rocio, the history of discoveries of Columbus, flamenco and Mediterranean cuisine with wines of Condado de Huelva.
Every morning one can open their window and take in the beauty and charm of Huelva surrounded by two rivers Tinto and Odiel, revel its beautiful sunsets, the smell of jasmine and the salty ocean winds.
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Huelva offers several tourist attractions:
- The Provincial Museum which has a department of archeology. The museum displays paintings and art objects from different eras
- Columbus Museum has copies of the three famous ships of the pioneer on display.
- Alfonso Moret Park - is the largest city park in Andalusia, a suburban recreation area for residents of Huelva. It has a wonderful view of the nature park Marismas del Odiel
- To the east of the city is a statue in honor of Christopher Columbus, which was constructed in 1929 exactly on the spot where the two rivers meet, Odiel and Rio Tinto
- Also worth a visit is the bullring
- In Huelva there are also some beautiful sacred buildings: the Cathedral of La Merced, the San Predro Church, the Concepcion church, sanctuary of Nuestra Senora and de la Sinto, all built in the 15th - 18th centuries
Soft landscapes, warm streets, flamenco and seagulls over the Atlantic Ocean – all these attract tourists to this quiet town in Andalusia.