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Back in 1492, this was the port from which Columbus set off from and subsequently discovered the Americas. Today, more and more people are realising Huelva itself is also a place worth of some exploration! Straddled between the estuaries of the Odiel and Tinto rivers, it's the Costa de la Luz's last major city before Portugal. Despite the closeness to the border, this is a city that remains Andalusian through and through. It prides itself on an array of impressive buildings and attractions that only add to its desirability on one of Spain's most heralded coastlines.

Now you have an idea where you are and why you should come, why not look at the selection of cheap hotels in Huelva. The value for money these offer is high. Look for the review rating to know which hotel people, like you, like the best. Hotels in Spain Ltd, offering you secure booking online since 2003. Enjoy your stay.

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Guest Rating 4.20 out of 5

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Avenida Pablo Rada, 10 Huelva
Rooms from EUR 43.20

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Guest Rating 4.10 out of 5

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MArtin Alonso Pinzon, 13 Huelva
Rooms from EUR 48.60

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Guest Rating 3.55 out of 5

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Ctra. Huelva Matalascañas, S/n Urb. El Faro Mazagón
Rooms from EUR 36.00

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Guest Rating 2.86 out of 5

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Cumbres Mayores, 7 Huelva
Rooms from EUR 50.00

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Huelva Travel Guide - Historic Buildings

These fabulous historic buildings include the 17th-century Merced Cathedral; the Monastery of Santa Clara; and the beautiful city hub, Las Monjas Square. It's also well known for its open-air Provincial Museum, which features works by many of Spain's premier contemporary sculptors. Another piece of history - Recreativo de Huelva (the oldest football team in Spain, founded in 1889) play here, at the Neuvo Colombino Stadium. That's Colombino after Christopher Columbus by the way. If you want to find out more about the heritage of the explorer's famous expeditions you can pay a visit to his old house (Casa Colon), or the very docks from which he set sail. Also there is the Fiestas Colombinas, in the first week of August every year.

Seafood at the Dockside

Down by the coast is where you'll find a succession of charming seafood restaurants. Some of these have great views of the Atlantic. This is especially the case just as the sun sets over its waters.