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Palos de la Frontera

Palos de la Frontera

Part of the Paraje Natural Marismas del Odiel, the Lagunas de Palos y las Madres covers 693 hectares and consists of four lagoons: La Jara, Las Madres, La Mujer and Palos. They are the remains of what once was a nearly continuous line of coastal lagoons linking the marismas at the Odiel-Tinto confluence and those at the Guadalquivir estuary.

Palos de la Frontera is predominantly an agricultural village due to its vast trade of local strawberries and raspberries. It is also well known for being where Christopher Columbus set sail eventually reaching America in 1492. It has about 8500 inhabitants.

Offering views of Huelva, Hotel Santa Maria is located in the village of La Rábida, just 10 km outside the city. It offers large gardens, a snack bar and free Wi-Fi in public areas.

Rooms are decorated simply, and feature air conditioning, heating, and a TV. Each one has a private bathroom with free toiletries.

Hotel La Pinta is set in Lugares Colombinos, 15 minutes’ drive from Huelva and Mazagón Beach. It offers a free Wi-Fi zone and air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV.

Featuring tiled floors and rustic wooden furniture, rooms come with a work desk. They are also heated and have a private bathroom with a hairdryer and amenities.