Los Dólmenes de El Pozuelo.
Km 43 de la CN 435 aprox Zalamea la Real
Stone construction with a character eminently undertaker considering itself collective interments where prime the rite of the inhumación in front the incineration. They date from the IV-III millenium to of C.
Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Merced
Plaza de la Merced s/n Huelva
This building with a Renaissance façade was erected in 1605 and proclaimed a cathedral in 1953. It houses a sculpture of Christ from Jerusalem and a beautiful portrayal of the Virgin with a ribbon, the patron saint of the town, by Martínez Montañés.
Open for services at 7pm, Sun at 11am and 7pm.
Monument to Colón
Punta del Sebo
At one end of the town, on a spit of land shaped by the Rivers Tinto and Odiel and called Punta del Sebo, stands a large sculpture of Cristóbal Colón of the American artist Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1929).
Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Cinta
Avda. de la Cinta s/n Huelva
Tlf: 95 925.11.22
During his journey to Huelva, Christopher Columbus stopped at the sanctuary of Our Lady of the Ribbon, outside the town at the end of the elegant Paseo del Conquero.
Normal:08:30 - 13:30
16:00 - 19:00
* Summer: 08:30 - 13:30
16:00 - 20:00
Monasterio de Santa Clara
Plaza de Portocarrero s/n
This 14C monastery, closely linked to the history of the discovery of America, is the largest Mudéjar Gothic building in the Huelva province.
11:00 - 13:00
17:00 - 19:00
Birthplace of Juan Ramón Jiménez
C/ Ribera - Moguer
In the typical Calle Ribera, this former mansion, where Juan Ramón Jiménez, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born, is now a venue for important literary meetings.
Santa María de la Rábida Monastery
The Rábida is the name of the Monastery where Cristóbal
Columbus inhabited, studied and prepared its trips to the Américas. The Monastery is open to the public and there it is possible to be taken a walk between such claustros who in a time was cro.
The Caravels Wharf
The Wharf that served like departure point so that the intrepid navigator Cristóbal Columbus, started off to make the greater feat of history: The Discovery of America.