Christopher Columbus Monument
Statue of the discoverer of the New World which was offered by the United States in 1929 – and the beautiful arenas, where you can cheekily watch a show ‘for free’ from the top of one of the abandoned hills that overlooks them. The impressive statue of the navigator stands at the confluence of the Tinto and Odiel rivers, at the foot of the towers of the port’s petrochemical plant. It is nevertheless the town’s emblem and its most photographed site.
A large building situated within Niebla’s walled enclosure, and was designed to project the image of the noble who once lived there. The Guzmanes Fortress is to be found on one side of these walls. It was built in the middle Ages. It has a rectangular floor plan, with eight towers of differing shapes and two main enclosures.
Coto Doñana National Park
The Parque Nacional de Doñana is one of Europe’s most important wetland reserves and a major site for migrating birds. It is an immense area; the parque itself and surrounding parque natural or Entorno de Doñana (a protected buffer zone) amount to over 1,300 sq km in the provinces of Huelva, Sevilla and Cádiz. It is internationally for recognised for its great ecological wealth.