Huelva, Spain


Inhabited since 3000 BC, Huelva has seen its share of visitors over the centuries, having been ruled by Romans and Arabs in the past. Now it is a traditional Andalusian town in the south of Spain, known for delicious food, a relaxed vibe and the nearby Punta Umbría beach, where wooden walkways provide access to the well-maintained nature area for both pedestrians and cyclists.