The traditional Saca de las Yeguas remains the same as it was from about 500 years ago. It is one of the oldest traditions in Andalusia, Isla Canela. Every June 26 the riders known as  Yeguerizos make their way through the marshes of the Donana Natural Park with hundreds of wild horses. The animals are taken back to the Aldea del Rocio where they are washed and prepared for sale. Those that are not sold are later released. In the early hours of the morning the Plaza de la Aldea del Rocio is completely deserted and silent. The air is dry and dusty and you wonder whatRead More →

The Gruta de las Maravillas which translates to the Grotto of Wonders is a great place to visit. It is situated in Calle Pozo de la Nieve which is in the heart of the town of ​​Aracena, in the province of Huelva. To get there by car from Isla Canela takes approximately two hours. The cave is located under the Cerro del Castillo, on which the Prioral del Castillo church and the rest of an old fortress sit. Those responsible for the management of the Gruta de las Maravillas have already taken all the relevant safety and security measures to protect visitors from the contagionRead More →

If there is an adjective that defines Huelva, Isla Canela perhaps the most recognized and widespread is discoverer, full of magic. This is how thousands of people describe Huelva, Isla Canela. An open, curious, friendly society eager to discover every corner, every feeling, every person, every emotion.  But not only is Huelva, Isla Canela a discovery destination in itself, but the province is a destination to be discovered by many people. The history, landscapes, food, people and traditions have a thousand and one reasons to invite everybody to discover Huelva, Isla Canela. There is such a lot on offer to you including the qualities to make you connectRead More →

With working from home on the rise across the whole world after the pandemic, the need to live close to the office or town/city centres is rapidly reducing. As long as an office employee has access to internet and a computer they can work anywhere in the world. A property insurer in the UK carried out a survey to see which European cities British people would choose to live in if they could carry on with their jobs from home. The answers were based upon various criteria, but these included being able to make their money go further and increase their savings if they wereRead More →

Here is something for all of you who are fans of yachting. Next Saturday which is September 12th 2020 in front of the beaches of Isla Canela, this now traditional event for all Ayamontinos will be held this is now the tenth time. The event is organized by the Club Nautico de Isla Canela and Marina Isla Canela, the regatta will be open to the CRUISES one-design class with and without ORC measurement certificate. Both of the organizers have taken the necessary preventive measures to ensure the safety of both participants and spectators. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival and no one will be ableRead More →

If you are a regular golfer playing at Isla Canela you most likely understand the burden of taking your own golf clubs and equipment, also the ever increasing plane costs to transport your own clubs. There is also the risk of lost or damaged clubs transporting your golf clubs from home to your departure airport and the bother of getting your golf clubs to your hotel or holiday apartment, it makes sense to hire top quality golf clubs and trolleys. There is a brilliant company in Huelva, Isla Canela who operate a premium Golf Club and Trolley Hire service from their base in Southern Spain,Read More →

Here is a short trip around Huelva, Isla Canela. If you start at the marshes of Almonte you can find the village of El Rocio, where thousands of pilgrims flock each year on the first Monday of Pentecost, to honour their Virgin. The shrine which was built in the seventies, the sandy streets at the doors of the brotherhoods, and the views of the marshes are wonderful. Follow the road which takes you to Matalascanas. There you can enjoy the long Atlantic beach, take a look at its impressive lighthouse and stroll through the Dune Park along a path through juniper and pine trees. IfRead More →

Situated between the Guadalquivir and Guadiana estuaries, the Huelva, Isla Canela coast is a series of spectacular beaches, beautiful natural spaces and charming fishing villages with a true coastal feel where you can find the tastiest dishes on the Atlantic coast. The sea offers many fish and shellfish but only one stands out above the rest in the regions gastronomy. The white prawn which is known as the Pearl of Huelva, Isla Canela. From east to west, the Costa de la Luz which means the Light Coast starts at Tarifa and ends at the mouth of the Guadiana river the border between Spain and Portugal.Read More →

If you have not had enough extreme experiences in these pandemic months and are looking for adventure in and around Isla Canel here are some ideas. Isla Canela Kitesurfing Located at the mouth of the Guadiana river in the Atlantic ocean, the beaches of Isla Canela, are a destination frequented by lovers of kitesurfing which is a form of surfing in which the board is attached to a huge kite that allows you to fly over the water. The winds from the area and the waves contribute to a unique experience in which there is a place for beginners and the more experienced thanks toRead More →

The Costa de Huelva Metropolitan Transport Consortium announces from July the bus services for the demand for travel to the coastal towns of Matalascanas, Mazagon, Punta Umbria, El Portil, El Rompido, La Antilla, Islantilla, Isla Canela and Punta del Moral. And as every summer season the routes with an exclusive summer calendar are put into service to attend to the travel demands of the local residents of the area and by visitors and tourists. This means the services that connect the Sevillian capital with the coastal towns are increased. The night services Almonte, El Rocio, Matalascanas, Bollullos Par del Condado, Rociana, Matalascanas, Huelva, Aljaraque, PuntaRead More →