From my base in Punta Umbria, how easy will it be for me to access some good walking/hiking routes and is it something I could find help organising?
I'm checking out companies giving tours of the Doñana National Park -- any recommended one? Doñana Reservas seems good, any opinion? Also what would be the best time for a visit? There are usually 2 options, a morning one around 8 am and an afternoon one around 5 pm. I'd love to see as many birds as possible, and be able to photograph them. Which of the two time options would offer the best of both possibilities? (I'm visiting next week!)
Also, I couldn't get any information of how big or how small the village of El Rocio is. Would there at least be a few restaurants? We're staying there, so were wondering if there would be places to eat dinner in.
Another thing I also do when in a new place is to explore their markets, especially the weekend ones when they're at their liveliest. Is the market in the city of Huelva worth visiting? If there are other markets which are more interesting, would love to know about that. Moving around won't be a problem as we will have a car.
Thanks a lot!
We are planning to visit Doñana Park
Can you recommend us which is the best way to make the visit : By our own , in a four wheel truck , which is the best entrance , is it better in the morning or or in the evening...
We are planning to stay one day at the end of April
Hi - my daughter is living in Huelva for a while, and can't find any bars showing English soccer matches. Or any football at all actually. Anyone know of any?
Hi - greetings from Malaysia
I'm going to Huelva on the 28 Oct 2006. I found out that the taxi fare from Malaga to Huelva is very expensive (Euro 266-208)(
Is there a cheaper way to travel to Huelva?
I'm lookin for cheap accommodation in Huelva. Apartments betters. Any advice?
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