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PROVINCE OF HUELVA
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From the westernmost foothills of Sierra Morena to the Atlantic coast, travellers exploring...
PROVINCE OF SEVILLE
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The Guadalquivir river –the ancient Betis– flows between the foothills of the Sierra Moren...
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Information Huelva & Sevilla Shuttle Resort 2010 sp english

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Huelva is still an undiscovered and incredible paradise to. “Hidden“ between, Seville, Cadiz and the Portuguese Algarve. Huelva has 130 km of Coastline, untouched nature, and the best of all, with 3.200 hours of Sun.

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Information Huelva & Sevilla Shuttle Resort 2010 sp english

  1. 1. comercial@huelvabus.com www.shuttleresortcom •INFORMACIÓN & RESERVAS • INFORMATION & RESERVATIONS •INFORMATIONEN & RESERVEN: comercial@huelvabus.com
  2. 2. PROVINCE OF HUELVA Description From the westernmost foothills of Sierra Morena to the Atlantic coast, travellers exploring the province of Huelva will enjoy bountiful and delicate natural landscapes beneath bright blue skies. The mountain climate is warm and mild, and tempers the high summer temperatures and the rigours of winter. The centre –warmer and drier– is cooled in the evening by sea breezes. The temperate climate on the coast is perfect for enjoying the sun and the sea all year round, in a landscape dotted with inviting white villages , equipped with all modern amenities. Location Bordering Portugal and bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, it is located in the west of Andalusia. It borders the province of Badajoz in the north and the provinces of Seville and Cadiz in the east, the Atlantic Ocean in the south and Portugal in the west. Although it neighbours the province of Cadiz, it is the only Spanish province which is not directly connected with its neighbour, making it necessary to go through the province of Seville. The capital of the province of Huelva is the city of Huelva . History The history of this province, with its inescapable maritime tradition, goes back to the first millennium BC. Tartessians and Phoenicians exploited the inland mines, transformed the coastal towns into prosperous trading centres, and created a maritime trade route to transport the minerals from Tharsis and Riotinto to the cities of the eastern Mediterranean. At the end of the Middle Ages , the Atlantic ports in Huelva experienced a period of great splendour. Christopher Columbus’ first expedition set sail for the New World from the dock of Palos de la Frontera in 1492. Columbus’ heroic deed marked a watershed in Huelva’s history. Landscape The province is rich in traditions, and its scenic and cultural heritage goes back to the times of the Tartessian civilisation, of which traces can be found around Andévalo and the mining region. The shady forests in the mountain areas , the holm oak pastures and the ancient mines offer a chance to enjoy large expanses of unspoilt scenery. The fertile countryside of el Condado, with large agricultural towns and characteristic architecture, extends to the coast , with its mild climate and endless beaches against a backdrop of pines and junipers. The coast reaches the boundaries of the Doñana National Park , where the Guadalquivir river flows into the sea. Gastronomy Seafood-based cuisine and the cooking of the mountains are the two characteristic types of gastronomy in Huelva . Products from the sea such as mackerel, sea bass, grouper, tuna, white prawns, langoustines and cockles enable the traveller to sample such delicious dishes as squid prepared in a whole range of styles, skate with red pepper, swordfish with vinaigrette or tuna belly and a wide variety of canned and potted seafood. Inland, pork- based produce and delicious wild mushrooms from the mountains make this excellent cuisine justly famous.
  3. 3. PROVINCE OF SEVILLE Description The Guadalquivir river –the ancient Betis– flows between the foothills of the Sierra Morena to the north and the Sierra Sur mountains in the south, irrigating a rich and fertile valley. In its lower course, 70 kilometres from the sea, is the ancient city of Seville, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Andalusia and of the largest and most densely populated province in Andalusia. The towns and cities on the shores of the river are living testimony to its historic and cultural past. Seville, the emblematic city of universal renown, has been Arab, Jewish and Roman, and its river and its river port have served as a privileged destination for trade with the West Indies. Its art and folklore make this an exceptional tourist destination. Location It is the capital of Andalusia, and the largest province in the Autonomous Region. It borders the provinces of Malaga and Cadiz to the south, Huelva to the west, Badajoz to the north, and Cordoba to the east. The capital city is Seville. History The origin of the city of Seville dates from around the first millennium BC, coinciding with its settlement by the Phoenicians and the Tartessians . Its location at the confluence of river and land routes favoured the rapid economic growth of the valley and the surrounding lands. The settlement of Julia Romula Hispalis, founded by Julius Caesar, was the hub of spectacular commercial activity. Major settlements were established throughout the territory, whose buildings and monuments can still be seen in the present day. The Arabs left an indelible mark on the culture and monuments of these lands. In the 16th century, Seville experienced its period of maximum splendour . The port of Seville received goods from all over Europe, as well as precious metals from the New World, which contributed to the development of western Europe. The Enlightenment saw a revival of trade, agriculture and industry. The Universal Exhibition of 1992 promoted and enhanced even more the reputation of Seville. Landscape The province of Seville is a mosaic of cultures whose roots are buried in the remote past. The great river basin of the Guadalquivir, the Sierra Morena mountains and the marshes of the Doñana Nature Reserve offer visitors a scenic map of extensive wetlands , and a sanctuary for a variety of birdlife; you can explore mountain paths among lush Mediterranean vegetation, contemplate the fighting bulls grazing in pastures dotted with ancient holm oaks , or lose yourself in gently sloping lands with inviting villages and monumental cities which are living testimony to a historic past of unparalleled splendour. Gastronomy Game meats , pork products made from pigs raised in the mountain pastures, rice from the rice fields of the Guadalquivir marshes, and the fish and shellfish from the Andalusian coast comprise the ingredients of a varied gastronomy , which has its maximum expression in its “tapas” . The custom of visiting bars, taverns and "tascas" (typical watering holes) is widespread throughout the villages, towns and cities in the Sevillian geography. The fare also includes hearty soups and stews, and the traditional sweets and handmade pastries of the district of Estepa.
  4. 4. INFORMACIÓN – INFORMATION - INFORMATIONEN AEROPUERTO-AIRPORT-FLUHAFEN FARO +351 289 808 800 SEVILLA +34 954 445 000 ESTACIÓN DE FERROCARRIL RAILWAY STATION BAHNHOF - HUELVA 959 245 614 – 902 240 202 POLICÍA POLICE POLIZEI 091 SERVICIO MÉDICO MEDICAL SERVICE NOTARZT 061 CRUZ ROJA RED CROSS ROTES KREUZ 959 222 222 BOMBEROS FIREMAN FEUERWEHRMANN 080 PROTECCIÓN CIVIL CIVIL PROTECTION ZIVILER SCHUTZ 959 210 112 OFICINAS DE TURISMO TOURIST OFFICES REISEBÜROS AYAMONTE – 959 320 737 HUELVA – 959 650 200 959 251 218 – 959 257 403 ISLA CRISTINA – 959 332 694 ISLANTILLA – 959 486 198 LEPE – 959 625 020 PUNTA UMBRÍA – 959 495 160 MATALASCAÑAS –959 430 086 comercial@huelvabus.com www.shuttleresort.com
  5. 5. SHUTTLE RESORT the trip of your dreams INFORMACIÓN RESERVAS INFORMATION BOOKING INFORMATIONEN RESERVEN comercial@huelvabus.com SUN SHUTTLE RESORT TAKE YOU EVERYWHERE Huelva – Andalucía – Spain comercial@huelvabus.com - www.shuttleresort.com UNDER LICENSE OF VIAJES ONUBENSE S.L.U. C.I.AN: 211753-2

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