Huelva Natural Reserves
Doñana Natural and National Park
The Doñana National Park is a mosaic of ecosystems. The diverse surroundings make it rich with ecological wealth that covers a natural area of 507,200 hectares.
Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche Natural Park
This natural park has a surface area of 184,000 hectares that is shared between 28 municipal areas. Beautiful meadows of evergreen oaks and cork trees and forests of chestnuts, as well as its high quality food, are just some reasons to visit this park.
Marismas del Odiel nature reserve and natural
This park, famous for the conservation of its ecosystems is known as the Reserve of the Biosphere. Located at the mouth of the Odiel river, it is a migratory passage for thousands of birds.
Mining Area of Ríotinto
In the region of "Las Minas" one can travel on horse back between the Sierra de Aracena and Condado. Nerva, the mines of Rotinto, El Campillo, Zalamea la Real, Berrocal, La Granada de Riotinto and Campofrío are all contrasting towns within this region.
Natural Monuments of Huelva province.
These natural spaces and monuments in Huelva are renowned for their rare beauty and deserve official recognition.
This is the largest opencast mine in Europe and undoubtedly the closest to perfection. The size of its ellipse: 1200m long, 900m wide and 350m deep astonishes all those who visit it.
Peña del Hierro
An ancient mine where it is still possible to see the houses of the employees. From here the view of the Cuneca Minera is absolutely breathtaking.