Huelva's Costa de la Luz attractions

Beach in Huelva's Costa de la Luz

Flecha del Rompido

Possibly the most spectacular beach on Huelva's Costa de la Luz, this 8km-long sand bar along the mouth of the Río Piedras can be reached only by ferry, which keeps the crowds away, even in midsummer. The waters on …
Beach in Isla Cristina

Playa Central

Along the rear of Playa de la Gaviota, a boardwalk trail heads east to Playa Central, the main tourism zone with a few hotels and restaurants. The beach here is a long unbroken swath of sand, popular for sunbathing …
Museum in Isla Cristina

Sala Muestra del Carnaval

If you can't make Carnaval, pop into this small museum attached to the tourist office, which hosts a permanent display of prize-winning costumes. From here, the Ruta Turística del Carnaval walking route leads to sev…
Beach in Ayamonte

Punta del Moral

Backed by pine woods and high-rise developments, the long, sandy beach of Punta del Moral is a pleasant-enough place to swim, though not as pristine as the beaches further east in Huelva province.
Beach in Isla Cristina

Playa de la Gaviota

At the southern end of Avenida Federico Silva Muñoz (the continuation of the central Gran Vía), a bridge crosses a lagoon to reach the sprawling Playa de la Gaviota.
Beach in Ayamonte

Isla Canela

South of Ayamonte town are the broad, relatively built-up beaches of Isla Canela and Punta del Moral.