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We would like to invite you to enjoy our stunning spa zone. Measuring 300 m2, it offers perfect relaxation facilities: a heated swimming pool, sauna, sanarium, Turkish bath, jacuzzi, ice fountain and different shower types. Before relaxing, you can indulge in some sports: you will find our fitness room on the fifth floor of the establishment.
GASTRONOMY IN PUNTA UMBRÍA
Enjoy Andalusian cuisine and quality local seafood

GASTRONOMY
Punta Umbría's gastronomy is one of its most notable and renowned features. Our proximity to the sea provides us with quality ingredients that serve as the basis for our cuisine.


One of the stars of our gastronomy, however, comes from inland, more specifically, in the mountains: acorn-fed ham. This product is hand-made in the cold airs of the town of Jabugo and other places in our Province. Iberian ham products are particular highlights, in addition to our region's delicious fruit and vegetables, starring the strawberry, which is exported across Europe.

SEAFOOD AND WINE
Our area's wines are also a source of pride. Produced under the Condado de Huelva Denomination of Origin, some of the world's best brandies are also made here.

The majority of restaurants in Punta Umbría serve a wide variety of fish, including sole, sea bass and gilt-head bream, which can be eaten grilled, salted or baked. In terms of shellfish, the area's most notable products include the white prawn, baby clams and wedge clams.

Every year, Punta Umbría hosts two large gastronomy fairs: the National Baby Clam and Wedge Clam Fair and the National Prawn and Shellfish Fair in Huelva.
BEACHES
PUNTA UMBRÍA'S BEACHES
Punta Umbría's almost 14 kilometres of white-sanded beaches, bathed by the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean, are the main reason thousands of summer tourists choose Punta Umbría as their holiday destination.

The town has five areas on the same beach that form a part of a strip of sand, each with its own characteristics:
• La Ría
• La Playa Urbana
• Los Enebrales
• La Bota
• El Portil

Every year, these beaches are awarded between three and four Blue Flags from the European Foundation for Environmental Education. In the town itself there is La Ría Beach, which has a beach promenade named La Canaleta. This promenade flanks the English houses and it also provides access to Punta Umbría's Real Club Marítimo y de Tenis, which is an essential place for fans of water sports and tennis. After La Ría Beach there is the urban beach (Playa Urbana), which is open to the Atlantic Ocean and which has many beach bars and restaurants that afford visitors the opportunity to try the local gastronomy. These two beaches are suitable for use by all publics.

This beach is followed by Los Enebrales Beach, which is a beautiful stretch of golden sand flanked by chains of dunes that are crowned by pine trees and other leafy species. When combined, these elements create an area of great beauty. Following the coastline, you will then find the beautiful beaches of La Bota and El Portil, before finishing with the stunning Flecha de El Rompido opposite. Both beaches have a good collection of services all visitors can enjoy.

The travel magazine, El Viajero, of El País newspaper included Punta Umbría at number 5 in its "10 most astonishing beaches in Spain" in its last edition.
NATURE
UNSPOILED NATURE
Punta Umbría stands out due to its varied ecosystem, formed by the natural spaces of the Odiel Marshlands (one of the most important marshland areas in Spain), Los Enebrales (comprised of junipers, pines and rich, varied fauna), Laguna del Portil (formed by the enclosure of streams produced by the interjection of mobile dunes) and Dunar de la Canaleta. In fact, 70% of the Punta Umbría area is protected.

The Odiel Marshlands Natural Space is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It is one of the most significant marshland regions in Spain, serving as a habitat for important colonies of birds, such as the spoonbill and the grey heron. You can visit this area through organised, guided tours that leave from the park's reception and visitor centre.

Los Enebrales is another great natural space, which includes a long row of dunes that run parallel to the beach. Here, you can find junipers, which are plants with narrow leaves and that are normally the preferred habitat of chameleons. This space can be visited using one of the best bike lanes in Andalusia or one of its numerous walking trails.

Last but not least, we have Laguna del Portil, which is located close to the neighbouring town of Cartaya. This space is home to a wonderful colony of aquatic birds and rich, abundant vegetation that consists of pine trees and broom trees. which also provide shelter to an important number of plant species.

In addition, Punta Umbría is incredibly close to Doñana National Park, which is one of the most important natural spaces in Europe. This park is only 45 minutes away from our town.

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