Beaches

The region offers an uninterrupted line of beaches which stretches for approximately 120 km from the Río Guadiana, on the Portuguese border, to the Río Guadalquivir in the East. For their variety, quality and beautiful natural surroundings, Huelva's beaches - which have been awarded the European Blue Flag for many years - have become one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the south of Spain.

The home is only a short distance from many of these beaches, for example:-

Nuevo Portil10 minutes walk
El Portil15 minutes walk (east)
San Miguel15 minutes walk (west)
El Rompido5 minutes drive
Punta Umbría10 minutes drive
Islantilla20 minutes drive


Nuevo Portil, El Portil, San Miguel & El Rompido
These beaches are protected by a promontory of sand dunes - the Flecha del Rompido - creating a 300 metre-wide sheltered stretch of sea water which provides a haven for fishing and water sports. From the pine groves overlooking the beaches this is without doubt the best view of the whole of the coast.

Punta Umbría
An extensive 13km long beach offering something for everyone. The width of the beach means it is spacious enough to allow visitors to play beach games without disturbing others. The beach is surrounded by natural parks and nature trails.

Islantilla
A 22km long beach with a large palm tree lined promenade which is ideal for strolling beside the sand dunes and enjoying the views. There is also a newly built commercial area providing a wide range of bars and restautants.