Huelva’s Costa de la Luz goes from the mouth of the Guadiana River, which forms part of the border between Spain and Portugal, to the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, which separates the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz.
This area features a series of spacious white-sand beaches where water, dunes and pine forests meet. Visitors will find everything from fully equipped areas with a lively atmosphere to wild, solitary spots.
Huelva’s coast, which has numerous marinas, offers outstanding conditions for sailing thanks to the good climate, which makes it possible to enjoy the sea year-round.
Huelva also has strong ties to Christopher Columbus, making America seem closer.
Ayamonte, Isla Cristina, Lepe, Cartaya, Punta Umbría, Mazagón and Matalascañas are the most important locations on this coast. The features of these primarily fishing towns have changed because of the influx of tourism.
Its location near Doñana National Park makes it an ideal place for nature lovers and for anyone seeking rest and relaxation. Those who are more active will be able to take part in a variety of land and water sports.