El Condado or 'El Condado de Huelva' is the name of a 'comarca' (region or area) in the south east of the province of Huelva. It is made up from 16 municipal districts and even more smaller villages.
The municipal districts are Almonte (including El Rocio), Beas, Bollullos Par del Condado, Bonares, Chucena, Escacena del Campo, Hinojos, La Palma del Condado, Lucena del Puerto, Manzanilla, Niebla, Paterna del Campo, Rociana del Condado, Trigueros, Villalba del Alcor y Villarrasa.
El Condado is bounded on the east by the River Guadalquivir and Seville province and the province of Cadiz to the west by the city of Huelva, to the north by the comarca of El Andavalo and Rio Tinto and to the south by the Alantic Ocean.
The largest town is La Palma del Condado.
Historically this comarca was part of the Condado de Niebla, which belonged to the Casa de Medina Sidonia. One of the traditional industries is wine making which is overseen today by the Denominación de Origen Condado de Huelva.
Bollullos has become very popular due to its production of local wines and gastronomy. More >
Chucena is situated in the Huelva Comarca of El Condado and sits east of the province. More >
Surrounded by agricultural land, mainly vine, producing local wines from the Condado. More >
Gibraleon is one of the largest municipalities in the province located 15km north of Huelva. More >
La Palma del Condado, is the largest of all the towns in the area of El Condado. More >
An agricultural village surrounded by worked land and neighbouring Escacena del Campo. More >
Like its neighbouring villages, it thrives on agriculture, mainly strawberries, raspberries and grapes for the local wine. More >
San Juan del Puerto is situated far west of Comarca El Condado, bordering the capital. More >
Villalba del Alcor is situated in the heart of Comarca El Condado, east of La Palma del Condado. More >
Situated within the Comarca El Condado, Villarrasa thrives on it agricultural production of olives, vines and fruit. More >