Visit the city of Huelva leaving from Isla Canela Huelva is the capital of the province, with a population of 150,000 inhabitants. There is a panoramic tour in the coach to see the most interesting monuments such as the Cathedral, the University, the British Quarter, Queen Victoria, Casa Colon, etc. Finally There will be a stop in the historical city centre to have a free time to walk around, see the City Hall and the Columbus Monument in the Nuns Square, and enjoy the shopping area cafes, bars and restaurants in the pedestrian streets.Read More →

This trip starts from the Dune Park Matalascanas, Isla Canela from there we move through the park that consists of pine forests and scrub typical Donana up to the first fossil dunes Asperillo. We continue climbing up the dunes to reach one of the highest points in Donana, about 100 meters above sea level. The sands are stabilized in this section by a peculiar vegetation adapted to these conditions, such as juniper, juniper, camarinas, gorse, etc. Once in the dunes we move seaward to the edge of the cliffs of sandstone colors where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean and theRead More →

Visit the lively gypsy market in Quarteira from Isla Canela where you can bargain for traditional goods such as pottery, clothing, and fresh seafood. Get great tips from your  guide as you walk through the colorful stalls and take in the beauty of this lively fishermen’s village. The bustling town of Quarteira is renowned for its gypsy market, held every Wednesday, where you can find a wide selection of goods, ranging from footwear to pottery and fresh seafood. Try your bargaining skills while exploring the market and bring home a souvenir. Quarteira’s history dates back to Roman times and  it has become one of theRead More →

Mortgage applications are on the rise in Spain, one reason for this could be the considerable drop in mortgage costs in the last few months. Not only do you now save on the AJD tax, some banks have reduced their bank opening fees and are also paying the client’s notary and valuation fees. Interest rates have only increased slightly, so borrowing in Spain is now considerably cheaper than it was a few months ago. When searching for a mortgage you should be aware that local banks aren’t necessarily going to offer the most suitable or competitive deals, whereas a reputable broker will have an eyeRead More →

Visit the city of Huelva, Isla Canela which is the capital of the province, with a population of 150,000 inhabitants. First we will do  a panoramic tour in the coach to see the most interesting monuments such as the Cathedral, the University, the British Quarter, Queen Victoria, Casa Colon, etc. Finally there will be a stop in the historical city centre to have a free time to walk around, see the city hall and the Columbus Monument in the Nuns Square, and enjoy the shopping area in the pedestrian streets. There are many restaurants to enjoy a spot of lunch. The trip takes around fiveRead More →

On this trip from Isla Cristina, Isla Canela we learn about of the second most important port of Spain. The skipper and guide will talk about fishing, being able to see the activity of fishermen and shellfishes who are fishing at the time of the trip. Once in the fishing port we will be shown the different parts of it, as well as its operation, schedules, etc, watch the landing of fish, entrance of boats, etc. The port is the origin of millions of palates around the world. Then we will enter the marshes and natural landscapes, a unique where we will enjoy, among otherRead More →

Another morning activity is a guided tour of Ayamonte, Isla Canela which takes you through the streets and most typical places. On this visit we admire the typical architecture of XIX century in the most symbolic of the city as well as in the streets buildings, squares, convents, churches and museums that maintain the historic atmosphere. Ayamonte is the last municipality in the province, located on the banks of the river Guadiana, which borders Portugal, on broken ground, rocky, full of steep banks and hills. Part of it is included in the Natural Park of the Marshes of Isla Cristina. Enjoy the visit to aRead More →

Why not ride a camel through the magnificent Donana Natural Park, Isla Canela. This park is full of protected landscape and wildlife, rendering its beauty one of the purest and most natural in  Andalusia. And what better way to explore this region than on a camel a docile albeit eccentric ride definitely something your friends and family will want to hear about. Man has been riding camels since ancient times. They are a very calm and attractive animal that is easy to tame. An expert will be with you at all times to teach you how to properly mount the golden creature. The ride isRead More →

Minas de Riotinto is a town and municipality located in the province of Huelva, Isla Canela.  Minas de Riotinto also comprises the neighborhoods known as El Alto de la Mesa and La Dehesa. More than 5000 years of mining have turned the town of Minas de Riotinto into a scene of red, yellow, violet, green, gray and other landscapes full of impressive open pit mining. Since the mines were closed because they stopped being profitable, this place has not only attracted thousands of tourists who come here to witness such unique landscapes but film directors with films like The Heart of the Earth or even their own NASA, whichRead More →

The Ice Factory located in the seaside district of Bajo de Guía Sanlucar de Barrameda, Isla Canela is a modernist building built in 1944, under the name of Marques de Valterra. It is located on Bajo de Guía de Sanlúcar Avenue. This supply of ice to the fishing boats of Sanlucar and remained in operation in its original role until 1978, after having overcome a serious explosion caused by the gases used in the manufacturing process. It is decorated with tiles from Triana, Seville. In the year 2000 it was converted into a visitor center of the Donana National Park. The center provides an overview of the natural site and publicizes its various aspects from flora and fauna that make up theRead More →