Posada Del Castaņo

Address: Calle Josè Sanchez Calvo, 33, Huelva, Andalusia, 21290, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Calle Josè Sanchez Calvo, 33, Huelva, is near Muelle de las Carabelas and Sierra Aracena.
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    Travel Blogs from Huelva

    Day Hike from Fuenteheridos to Cortelazor

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 10, 2015

    42 photos

    ... into the village of Cortelazor for some refreshments at a bar on the square.

    After that we were in what felt like one of the more remote areas we were in all week, a beautiful spot where the trail went up and down ridges, crossed streams in open woodland, and passed farms with large houses with sheep and cattle guarded by very large dogs. At an idyllic streamside picnic ground surrounded by poplars and holm oaks in a ...

    Day Hike to Santa Ana la Real and Jabugo

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 09, 2015

    23 photos

    ... in mountain air adds to the flavor, even though the pigs tend to
    be raised mostly at lower elevations which have more of the acorn-producing
    Holm Oak trees, and Jabugo is the mountain town in the Sierra that allegedly
    has the finest mountain air for the long curing.

    As best I can tell Jamon Iberico and Jamon de Bellota has a
    significantly firmer and tastier flesh than most of the general Jamon Serrano I’ve
    had in Spain. To be honest, a ...

    Minas de Rio Tinto - World's Oldest Mines

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 08, 2015

    38 photos

    ... and abandoned equipment through which an almost blood red river runs.

    Again, I came to this with little in the way of expectations because I hadn’t heard of the Minas de Rio Tinto before, but it was absolutely fascinating and very different from what I’d generally expect to experience on a trip to Europe, something almost more out of the American Wild West than the Old Continent. We ended our Rio Tinto day with a visit to the ...

    Day Hike to Almonaster La Real and Aracena

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Apr 07, 2015

    66 photos

    ... Craig
    and Sascha transported us in their cars to Aracena, the largest town in the
    Sierra. We made an unscheduled stop in town on our first night to observe the
    Saturday Semana Santa procession, but this was for our planned sightseeing. The
    town is a quite typical Andalusian one of 7,000 people with several significant
    squares and large churches and a hilltop castle with adjacent church built in
    the thirteenth century ...

    Spanish Ramblings

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 20, 2015

    64 photos

    ... of local pungent cheese to cover up the smell and taste of the awful wine.

    Today, Tapas has morphed into a lovely social tradition where one meets friends and family at local establishments for a drink, a nibble, some conversation and relaxation.

    Tapas can be a simple affair and presented as a snack from the kitchen free of charge, or for a minimal price of a few cents. Or you can have a choice of anywhere between 8 and 12 ...