Huelva is known in Spain for its culture and traditions, did you know that the most important pilgrimage of Spain is that of the virgin of El Rocío? From all the villages and towns in the area, the brotherhoods travel once a year by horse and cart to El Rocío, a very special village in Huelva surrounded by the Doñana Nature Reserve. Doñana is one of the most important protected natural areas in Europe. The last place where the lynx can still be found in the wild. The nature reserve is best known among birdwatchers, the marshy landscape is the perfect resting place for migratory birds between the African and European continents. Flamenco is probably the most eye-catching.
Huelva's vast wide sandy beaches are part of the Atlantic coast, also called Costa de la Luz, the coast of light. This is because of the huge number of sunny days that this province has. It seems as if the sun is always shining here and it is therefore one of the most sun-sure destinations in Europe.
The mountains of Huelva, the sierra is best known for its Natural Park Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche. A beautiful wooded low mountain range where you can do fantastic hiking routes through nature. A perfect destination for an alternative staff trip, off the beaten track and far away from mass tourism.