The first town you have to visit is Aracena. There you will find the grotto of wonders, a true natural wonder 1,200 meters long. There are tours, where they explain the history and particularities of the cave.
You can't miss Isla Cristina. It has one of the most important fishing fleets in Spain and you must go to see the fish auction. Once you have seen first hand the hustle and bustle of the auction, you have to go to one of the restaurants in the area. We assure you that they have a very good quality seafood, as well as very affordable prices. Take advantage of it to stay in hotels on the coast of Huelva!
The English quarter of Bella Vista in Riotinto dates back to the end of the 19th century as the home of senior officials of old mining operations. These brought with them English traditions and culture such as football, golf and tennis. It is worth seeing the clash of cultures in the same space.
Riotinto as we have said is a town with a mining history. It is a place full of different colors as a result of minerals, mountains, railways and exploitations already in disuse. But where it attracts more attention is the red river, its reddish color as blood gives us a vision of what the planet Mars is like.
A few kilometres from there, we come across the Guadiana river on the border between Huelva and Portugal. If you are a person who likes to walk, you have to know that there are greenways of different difficulties. On the other hand, you have other ways of crossing the Guadiana River, such as boat sailing, with a duration of approximately three hours.
To the north, in Sierra de Aracena we find the best spanish hams thanks to the open-air breeding of pigs. We also find an exquisite gazpacho, as well as a great variety of mushrooms. And let's remember that, to the south, on the coast we come across a succulent seafood and fish variety. In short, we can say that they have the best product in Spain.