Published on : Wednesday, October 19, 2016
To enjoy the city’s gastronomy, the best thing to do is order the delicious prawns or the popular fried cuttlefish in any of the numerous bars and restaurants in the centre. We recommend that you wash it down with a good fruity wine or a refreshing glass of beer.
And don’t leave Huelva before you’ve tried one of its star products: its Designation of Origin ham. The best way of doing this is to visit one of the nearby places (Aracena or Jabugo) that offer guided tours for those who want to see how the ham is cured, finishing off with a tasting.
There are many other products of the highest quality which can be found in Huelva: some excellent white wines, quality liqueurs, grape juice, olive oils and vinegars as well as oranges, asparagus and other products from the vegetable garden.
To complete your gastronomic holiday, sign up for a guided tour of other nearby areas (such as La Palma del Condado or Villalba del Alcor) where you can discover ancient wineries, see how the local wines are made and enjoy some wine tasting with an expert.
Eating in Huelva is a privilege for the senses and an experience difficult to match, enhanced by the welcoming and friendly nature of the people of Huelva.
Huelva may lack the star qualities of other Andalusian cities but its understated tourism has appeal for nature lovers with Donana National Reserve Park and the unspoilt Costa de la Luz offering up some hidden delights such the pristine white sandy beaches Isla Canela reached by a causeway across the salty marshes. The cities of Seville and Jerez are within easy reach for day trips.
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