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The little known Andalucían province of Huelva covers a range environments from the low mountains of the Sierra Morena in the north to the surreal mining area of Minas de Río Tinto and the agricultural planes of the centre and the coastal resorts in the south.
Tucked into the bottom left hand corner of Spain, Huelva shares a border with Portugal, the legacy of which can be seen in the numerous castle ruins in the villages to the north.

The provincial capital of Huelva is an unpretentious, modest town with a thriving industrial trade and links with Columbus and the discovery of the Americas.

Huelva’s Costa de la Luz represents 150km of unspoilt coastline stretching from the border with Portugal, down to the mouth of the Guadalquivir River which flows from Seville. Development on this stretch of coast ranges from relatively low key to non-existent in the protected areas. The beaches are characterised by their gold sands, clean waters and the pine groves that back them. The Atlantic ocean on this stretch of coast is a shade cooler than the Mediterranean further east and is popular with windsurfers and other water sport enthusiasts.

The vast, uninhabited area of the Cota de Doñana Natural Park with its sand dunes and marshlands is a vitally important natural environment for a variety of wildlife species.
Inland, the Condado area produces fantastic wines and a wealth of agricultural produces whilst the Mines of Río Tinto contain vestiges of British colonialism as well as unusual landscapes.

Further to the north are the beautiful, unspoilt and little visited mountain villages of the Sierra Morena, built in typical Andalucían style.

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