Complejo Turistico Rural Nazaret

Paraje De Fuentepina, Huelva, Andalusia, 21800, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Paraje De Fuentepina, Huelva.
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    Travel Blogs from Huelva

    1418. My Last Revisit in Spain

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 28, 2012

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    ... him run sound equipment for an American band that was coming to do a concert tour around Andalusia... To get paid to travel and work with music--it was a dream job. Unfortunately it didn't last very long. There wasn't much time to do sightseeing--but we did do a quick tour around town when we came to Huelva. Then we drove almost all the way to the border of Portugal. I was secretly hoping we'd cross the border, just so I could say I'd visited ...

    Lazy life in Southern Spain

    A travel blog entry by tonyinghana on Jan 17, 2011

    7 photos

    ... is coming out is a strange feeling. Really kills your next day too.
    Been cooking a lot, which is great. It's nice to be able to decide what I eat (though I do miss having all my meals prepared for me complete with a water sachet and fresh Ghana pineapple). I've heard food here isn't really that great, I just think it is because it's been ages since I've had sandwiches, ice cold milk, sweets, pasta, etc...
    I finally ...

    An introduction to Andalucía

    A travel blog entry by carefreeaussie on Sep 30, 2010

    ... s nothing super special about it, at first glance it’s pretty but when compared to many other Spanish cities it pales in insignificance. It claims to be the first ever city in Spain, founded by the Tartessos way back and the museum here is really worth a visit. But really Huelva is a town that is best described as a sleepy hollow. It is however, very Andalucían.

    The people speak at a million miles an hour not bothering to actually finish their words ...

    Family day in Huelva

    A travel blog entry by lizinspain2010 on May 15, 2010

    It's officially the time for goodbyes - I said goodbye to María and José Luis (the other one) on Friday, because they went going to their dad’s for the weekend like they usually do. I wasn’t very emotional when we said bye because it honestly didn’t feel real yet, kind of like it didn’t feel real when I said bye to my friends on Thursday night either. In any case, we said goodbye, then I spent the rest of the evening at home packing because I ...

    Dia Tranquilo en Huelva

    A travel blog entry by sandramorrow on May 25, 2007

    ... to make sure I understood everything. Cell phone mission abandoned, Yolanda and I headed home and sat around the kitchen table and had a long chat about relationships and life IN SPANISH (I was very proud of myself). Then we sat down to relax on the couch and Yolanda chatted on the computer while I took a siesta soon it was evening and Alba arrived. We have spent the evening sharing our favorite Youtube and Myspace videos and practicing ...