Holiday Homes Huelva
The best holiday homes in Huelva. 36 holiday rentals to enjoy a unique stay in Huelva, with the guarantee and security of Ruralidays.
The 36 most demanded holiday rentals in Huelva
Are you planning your holidays in a holiday home in Huelva? Take a look at the best selection of holiday rentals in the province of Huelva.
On our webpage, we have a wide offer of holiday homes and countryside villas so that you can find the perfect accommodation for spending a relaxing holiday. Unwind in the province of Huelva, near dreamlike beaches and within a stone’s throw from Portugal!
Couple-friendly holiday homes
The offer of accommodation in the province of Huelva varies, which offers you the chance of finding the perfect spot for your well-deserved holidays. In particular, you will find quiet hideouts to enjoy a romantic getaway with your better half. The houses in the Sierra de Huelva are ideal for unwinding and recharging your batteries.
Villas with private pool
To make the most of your holidays in the province of Huelva, discover the wide offer of villas with a private pool. Ideal for big groups or families with children, the houses with swimming pool in Huelva feature perfectly cared-for gardens, and equipment for outdoor activities. Enjoy together with your family the numerous hours of light that characterise the Costa de la Luz.
The province of Huelva, between sea and mountains
Huelva is the most western province of Andalusia, and it borders with Portugal along its west part, in the regions of Costa Occidental, El Andévalo and the Sierra de Huelva. The latter also borders with Badajoz in the north and Seville in the east. The areas of El Condado and the Cuenca Minera also border with the Sevillan province.;
Huelva’s Costa Occidental features dream beaches, where you can rejoice in the long hours of sunshine typical of the Costa de la Luz. You can also visit Doñana, one of the two Andalusian national parks, and admire the beauties of nature.
And if you decide to travel to the province of Huelva, don’t miss out its nationwide-famous delicious cuisine; prawns and seafood, and the famous hams of the Sierra de Aracena will make your mouth water in a matter of seconds.
What to see in Huelva?
If you’d rather stay in the area surrounding the capital city, you will discover the charms of Huelva, among which the lovely Cathedral and the picturesque Reina Victoria district, whose marked English style will surprise you. Also, stroll along the Muelle del Tinto bridge and enjoy spectacular sunsets in the Puerta del Atlántico.
You can also discover the history of the city, getting to know the Pre-Columbian tradition through the Monumento al Descubrimiento and the Palos port, the Rábida and the Columbian spots. You will find out which the hideouts were that had particular relevance for the preparation of Christopher Columbus’s first travel and the following Discovery of America.
Jump back in time and find out Huelva’s Prehistoric sites, such as the Dolmen de Soto, in Trigueros, and rests of the Tarthesic culture, the first civilised population in the West.
The whole province provides beautiful getaways to know Andalusia. Visit the Gruta de las Maravillas in Aracena, the Riotinto Mines and their peculiar landscape, and travel to Almonte to live the famous Romería del Rocío from the inside. However you choose to spend your holidays in Huelva, you will find something that meets your desires.
Your holiday rental in Huelva
Now that you know everything you can do in the province of Huelva, you will only have to book the perfect accommodation. Make the most of the closeness to the border with Portugal and to Seville, the Andalusian capital city, to plan the perfect route in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. Stop by the marvellous Atlantic coast and relax in one of the holiday homes in Huelva.
The most interesting areas in Huelva
Frequently Asked Questions about Huelva
How much does a stay in a Huelva holiday home cost?
Staying in a holiday home in Huelva costs around €27 p.p./per night. The cheapest time of year to travel to Huelva is in April, for an average of €19 p.p./ per night, while the most expensive is in July, at €34 p.p./ per night.
What are the most affordable towns in the province of Huelva?
The cheapest place to rent a holiday home in the province of Huelva is Aroche.
Which holiday homes in Huelva are recommended for families?
The best homes in Huelva if you're travelling with family are:
- Spacious 8-people country house, within a few km from Portugal
- Pet-friendly country house with WiFi in Huelva province
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
Which are the best holiday homes in Huelva?
The best holiday homes in Huelva are:
- Splendid holiday villa for groups, with gorgeous outdoor patios
- Holiday home with pool in the mountains near Seville
- Holiday home with air-conditioning near Portugal
To see more options for holiday homes in Huelva, order by 'Number of comments' and filter by 'Rating' above 9.
What is there to see in Huelva?
Huelva city has many fun, culinary, and cultural things to do. For example, you can't miss out on the charms of the Reina Victoria neighbourhood, located on the Cerro de San Cristóbal hill, or the Muelle del Tinto quay (perfect for watching beautiful sunsets). In the province of Huelva, visit the Lugares Colombinos (Columbus Places) and various landmarks related to Christopher Columbus, the Doñana National Park, and the famous Riotinto mines.
How do you get to Huelva?
Despite not having its own airport, the province of Huelva is easily reachable from the nearby airports of Seville and Faro, in Portugal.
To get to Huelva from Seville by car, it takes about one hour via the A-49 highway. If you choose to travel by train, Renfe provides this service from Huelva train station to Seville-Santa Justa train station and Madrid Atocha. This way, you can reach almost any corners of Andalucia both by train and by bus. The latter features several companies such as Alsa, Damas and Avanza.
When is best to visit Huelva?
The best time of year to visit Huelva is from May to October. Warm temperatures in spring and autumn let you enjoy the interior of the province and visit charming villages such as Aracena. You can also make the most of this season by attending spectacular cultural events such as the famous Romería de El Rocío pilgrimage. On the other hand, if you travel in July and August, you can bask on the amazing beaches of the Costa de la Luz.