Port of Huelva
Ferry to Huelva
The port of Huelva
Travel to Huelva by ferry. Located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula and bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, the province of Huelva offers more than 100 kilometers of beaches, great natural landscapes and places steeped in history.
The so-called Costa de la Luz is made up of wide white sandy beaches, surrounded by dunes and pine forests; thus we find the towns of Isla Cristina, Punta Umbría, Mazagón or Matalascañas, former fishing villages that have now become important Andalusian tourist destinations. One of the most interesting places for the nature-loving visitor is the Doñana National Park, a wintering, passage and breeding area for many species of birds and one of the last strongholds for endangered species such as the Iberian lynx or the imperial eagle. Next to Doñana is the hermitage of the Virgin of El Rocío, whose image attracts devotees not only from Andalusia or Spain, but from all over the world.
Huelva's border location with Portugal allows the traveler to access the charming region of the Portuguese Algarve. In addition, Huelva is only 45 minutes away from Seville, so you can visit emblematic monuments such as the Giralda, the Torre del Oro or the Plaza de España.
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The port of Huelva is located on the west coast of Andalusia and stands out for its historical character as it is the port from where Christopher Columbus departed on his voyage of discovery. From the port of Huelva we can travel to the Canary Islands with connections to the ports of Las Palmas and Santa Cruz de Tenerife.