Huelva is a true natural paradise. And we're not saying that just because. The city of Andalucía located more to the west is home to one of the natural reserves of the highest relevance national and international-wise, Doñana, which is the most important wetland in Europa, and the one where more birds build their homes during hibernation season.
Doñana is, without question, the biggest attraction for tourists in the whole province, with Sierra de Aracena, but it's not the ony one. If you're looking for traditional and natural areas, away from the stressful daily life, the Marismas del Odiel or the Laguna del Portil will take you on a journey of postcard-like landscapes, and the most pleasant aromas during your stay of rural tourism in Huelva.
As for nearby towns and villages that you can also visit, we recommend you check out Ayamonte, with its typical colourful, river houses, the coal mines in Riotinto, o Palos de la Frontera where you can find the Muelle de las Carabelas, a harbourside monument honouring Christopher Columbus and his journey to America.