Luxury three bedroom townhouse on a secure gated development. 20 metres from Islantilla Golf Club house and a 10 minute stroll to the beach more info...
Huelva Villas: The beautiful province of Huelva is an ideal destination for holiday makers. With some of Southern Spain's best beaches and a countryside filled with rolling hills and white-washed villages, Huelva has a little something for everyone. If you're headed to Huelva, the villas for rent on www.selfcateringhols.com offer great options for your holiday accommodation, especially if you're looking for a quiet rural retreat in Huelva. Villas available range from a converted olive oil mill to a cottage set within a natural park. All come fully equipped with everything you'll need for a comfortable stay. All our Huelva villas are available for flexible, short-term rental.
Tucked in the far southwestern corner of Spain, Andalucian Huelva is one of Spain's hidden jewels. The coast here - part of the Costa de la Luz - boasts lovely, unspoilt Atlantic beaches, while the interior is a great place for walking holidays thanks to the pretty villages and unique Andalucian landscapes. Also in Huelva is the Parque Nacional de Do?ana, Spain's most important wildlife sanctuary. Although access to the park is limited, this is one of the most interesting sights in Huelva, and arranging a visit is a must.
Huelva's main city, also called Huelva, is an industrial place with a few interesting museums. You'll need to explore beyond the city to discover Huelva's true personality. Villages like Aracena, Minas de Riotinto, Linares de la Sierra, Al?jar and Almonastar la Real are all historic towns well worth visiting. And Huelva's natural areas - like the Parque Natural de Sierra Aracena and the Sierra Morena - provide lovely hilly landscapes that are great for walkers.
One of Huelva's most famous towns is Roc?o. At Pentecost (7 weekends after Easter), this otherwise sleepy town explodes with life as tens of thousands of pilgrims descend on it from all over Spain. The "Romer?a del Roc?o" is a long and merry pilgrimage made by foot, by donkey, and by cart, and the ensuing party is one of the best in all Andaluc?a.
Huelva is also known for its connections with Christopher Columbus, since this was one of the last places the explorer visited before setting sail in 1492. In La R?boda tour replicas of Columbus' ships; in Palos de la Frontera explore the birthplace of nearly half Columbus' crew; in Moguer visit the church where Columbus prayed after his first journey.
In Huelva summers are long, sunny, and hot, and winters are mild. Expect beach weather from May through October.
The average high and low temperatures in Andaluc?a are: Jan: 16?C/6?C, Feb: 17?C/7?C, Mar 21?C/8?C, Apr 22?C/10?C, May 26?C/13?C, Jun 31?C/17?C, Jul 35?C/19?C, Aug 35?C/19?C, Sep 32?C/18?C, Oct 26?C/13?C, Nov 21?C/9?C, Dec 17?C/7?C.
The nearest major airport is in Sevilla, a short drive from the Huelva province. Major carriers with flights to Sevilla include Iberia and British Airways. Flight time from London is about 2 hours 40 minutes. If you're traveling by train, you can reach Huelva from Seville in 1.5 hours.
Once in Huelva, you'll need to hire a car in order to really explore the region. Major highways in Huelva are few and far between; most roads here are of the narrow, country variety, though they're well kept.
On the coast, swim and sunbathe in the clean Atlantic waters of Huelva's beaches. Popular resort areas include Matalasca?as, Mazag?n, and Punta Umbr?a.
Inland, walking is popular, especially in the rolling hills of the Sierra Morena and in parks like the Parque Natural de Sierra Aracena.