Huelva's capital city is home to just one beach, El Espigon. It is a relatively young beach, in that it was 'born' after works on the Juan Carlos I dock in the seventies. The 3 kilometre beach is located on a sand spit that can be accessed only by driving across las Marismas del Odiel wetland area. From here you can enjoy views across to Punta Umbría and long walks. The beach is isolated with no facilities except a lifeguard during the summer, so make sure you take plenty of water and food with you if you plan to go for the day. Espigon beach is most often frequented by those who enjoy the tranquility, nudism and sport fishing, as well as kite surfing.
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