Hiking in Huelva

Discover Huelva as an idyllic destination for hiking enthusiasts looking to explore nature at its best. Hiking lovers find in our city and its surroundings a wide range of routes and diverse landscapes. In Huelva, hiking becomes a unique experience of connection with the land and history.

The options for hiking in Huelva are endless. Spaces such as marshes, beaches and forests offer the opportunity to discover the native flora and fauna, as well as to immerse yourself in an atmosphere of serenity and natural beauty.

In addition, hiking in Huelva connects you with the rich history of the area. Hiking trails allow you to explore the traces of the past, such as following in the footsteps of Columbus, while enjoying the beauty of the present.

Huelva’s mild climate during most of the year makes it an ideal destination for hiking in any season. After a long hike, you can delight in the delicious local gastronomy in the many bars and restaurants in and around the capital, completing an unforgettable hiking experience in Huelva. In short, if you are a lover of nature and history, and you like to walk in natural spaces, visit Huelva!

Hiking trails in Huelva and surroundings

Hiking trails in Huelva and surroundings

Route in the Odiel Marshes

Description: Very close to the capital, in the Paraje Natural de las Marismas del Odiel, you can enjoy different trails such as El Almendral, Cabeza Alta and El Acebuchal, where the landscape, the light and the ecosystem will surprise you.

Starting from the Anastasio Serna visitor center, different trails follow one after the other in the direction of the Espigón.

Calatilla de Bacuta Pathway

Description: Simple trail, short distance, less than one km and an average of 30 minutes of duration. It runs between the traditional salt mines of Bacuta and the Calatilla pipe; and the industrial salt mines of Aragonesas.

Bacuta Salt Flats Trail

Description: Simple trail, short distance, 1.9 km and an average of 30 minutes long. It runs along the walls separating the crystallization ponds of the traditional salt ponds that historically operated in the Marismas del Odiel Natural Park.

Hiking route from Huelva to Gibraleón

Description: leaves the Huelva bus station on the way to Gibraleón through the Marisma del Burro.

It is a linear route of 19 km, with an average duration of 4 hours.

Video of the @mallofret Descubre&Diego route

Route from Huelva to the Titan Marshes

Description: Accessed from Huelva through the El Matadero neighbourhood or along the road to the WWTP, the route leads to Punta del Sebo and the River Tinto. Just in front of La Rábida and Palos de la Frontera.

It is a simple hiking route, circular, with a distance of about 11 km.

Route Marismas De Bellavista – Corrales (Aljaraque) and Marismas Del Odiel (Huelva)

Description: circular route of 9.21 km, with an average duration of 2 hours and a simple technical difficulty. It can also be done by bicycle. It is ideal to go with children.

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