Address: Sector Malvasia 120, Huelva, Andalusia, 21760, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sector Malvasia 120, Huelva, is near Bolonia Beach and Facinas Road.
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Travel Blogs from Huelva

Spanish Ramblings

A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Feb 20, 2015

64 photos

... tucked away in the small town of Tarifa, the closest the European continent can get to the African continent. It is also where the Mediterranean and the Atlantic meet. Tarifa is a wind-sport heaven. Even in the middle of winter northern Europeans flock to the pristine beaches and sand dunes to Kite and Wind Surf. In summer it is so heaving with tourists that a simple 15 kilometer drive to the next town can take hours.

We loved this part ...

1418. My Last Revisit in Spain

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Dec 28, 2012

31 photos

... Andalusia capitals. All the other provincial capitals, Sevilla... Cadiz... Cordoba... Malaga... Almeria... Jaen... Granada, have something magical, something magnificent, they set a high standard that this port city can't quite keep up with. That's not a problem--I don't mind exploring the ordinary. I'm willing to give plenty of time to explore Huelva and the surrounding towns. But then there's another problem: no cheap hotels. Actually, there ...

When thoughts wander like feet.

A travel blog entry by carefreeaussie on Dec 03, 2010

For my sister Elanor, before she departs.

Oh, the cleverness of me I cried,

For I had gone and sat astride,

The greatest beast you've ever see,

To take me far and in between.

Across the seas and over hills,

To waiting adventures, encounters and spills. ...

An introduction to Andalucía

A travel blog entry by carefreeaussie on Sep 30, 2010

... and they have all grown up wearing far too many clothes. In the afternoons once the sun is out it ranges from low to high 10’s and I am always wearing only a t-shirt. The amount of Spaniards who ask me 'tienes frio?’ (are you cold?) is incredible. And yet for a group of people that complain about the cold so much they seem to have never heard of a things like carpet and insulation. Our apartment is freezing at night, completely tiled (even the bedrooms) not ...

Family day in Huelva

A travel blog entry by lizinspain2010 on May 15, 2010

... his family. From the beginning of my time in Sevilla, Toni told me that she wanted me to see Pepe Luis’s house in Huelva because he has a big yard, a big house, and obviously because the family is there too. At first she said that we would go when Abuela was better, and after she passed away, she still wanted us all to go. On Toni’s birthday this past Tuesday, we were talking about me leaving, and I said something about how it was on Sunday, and she ...