Hotel Monte Conquero: Our hotel in Huelva (Spain) is set in an area with excellent communications and 15 minutes from the beach 3 stars

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Means of transport

  • Urban bus

    Huelva (EMTUSA) urban bus routes. No. 4 and 7 bus routes stop at a few metres to the hotel. Both lines take you to the city centre and to the historic city centre Monjas Square (Plaza las Monjas). To come back to the hotel just take the same bus routes.

    No. 4 bus route reaches Huelva University, too.


  • Taxis

    The nearest taxi rank is just at the hotel's entrance

    There is another taxi rank at the city centre, at Monjas Square (Plaza las Monjas)

    Further information: HUELVA RADIO TAXI

City Festivals

  • Colombinas Festivals

    They are the main festivals in Huelva. They are celebrated on moveable dates, between the end of July and the beginning of August. These festivals take a whole week and they take place at the Fair premises at night. They are also celebrated at La Merced Bullring with the traditional bullfights.

    Further information: HERE

  • La Romería del Rocío (celebration of a saint's day held close to a country church)

    Romería takes place at Pentecost Sunday weekend in Aldea (small village) de El Rocío, in the municipality of Almonte. It is one of the most popular and crowded romerías.

    Further information: HERE

  • The Three Wise Men Parade (La Cabalgata de Reyes Magos)

    The Three Wise Men reach Huelva on January 5th. In the evening. You can see them going by along several streets in Huelva.

  • Easter in Huelva

    It is one of the main events in the city. At present, there are 25 brotherhoods carrying out their processions throughout this week.

    Further information HERE

    (News and information about Brotherhoods in Huelva)


  • Nuestra Señora de la Cinta Festivals

    Virgen de la Cinta is Huelva Patron Saint. It is celebrated on September 8th. The main act is the way down from the Sanctuary to Huelva Cathedral.

    Further information HERE

  • Cruces de Mayo (May Crosses)

    Neighbours of the city districts gather around the Cross, raising monuments with plants, lamps and shawls.

    Further information HERE

  • Latin American Film Festival

    It is one of the main film events in the world and the better-known in Latin America. It takes place in November.

    Further information HERE

Gastronomy and hotel and restaurant service

Gastronomy and cookery in Huelva is considered as one of the richest all over Andalucía. A perfect combination between fish and fresh shellfish with Iberian pork (top quality pork). It is also provided with excellent vegetables and exquisite desserts.

  • "Tapas" (Snacks)

    "Tapa" is a snack served in bars taken together with a drink: small culinary samples for lunch or dinner.

  • "Pescao frito" (Fried fish)

    "Pescao Frito" is also a city hallmark. There is a wide range of dishes with fried fish and Choco or Choquitos (cuttlefish) are the most popular ones.

  • Huelva Gastronomy

    The most significant dishes in Huelva are:

    • Shellfish: White prawns from Huelva.
    • Fish: Coquinas (type of clam) , Choco (cuttlefish), Pijotas (Europen hakes) y Puntillitas (little squid)
    • Vegetables : habas ‘enzapatás' (broad beans), potaje de vigilia (vegetable stew or chickpea stew) and garbanzos con espinacas (chickpeas with spinach).
    • Mushrooms, specially "gurumelos" (type of mushrooms).
    • Iberian pork (top quality pork): Jamón Serrano (cured ham) and other derivates. As for meat, pork loin, Spanish-style pork cuts and pork belly are the most outstanding cuts.
    • Wind-dried tuna, called "sea ham"
  • Desserts

    There are many traditional and typical desserts in Huelva:

    • Huelva large strawberry, exquisite and highly appreciated.
    • Roscos de Anís (anisette ring-shaped cakes), Pestiños (piece of dough, deep fried in olive oil and glazed with honey or sugar), and Torrijas (thick slices of bread soaked in milk or wine, dipped in egg and then fried).
  • Wines

    There are excellent wines in Huelva and in its province. Fine and aromatic Condado, Bollullos and La Palma (with Designation of Origin) and muscat wines and Moguer orange wines.

  • Tapas bars
    • Restaurante Terranova - c/ San Sebastián, 19
    • El tapeito - Av. de Pablo Rada, 4
    • El picoteo - c/Pablo Rada, 5
    • El Rincón de la Rocina - c/Pablo Rada, 2
    • Cervecería Bonilla - Av. Martín Alonso Pinzón, 15
    • Cervecería La Ría - Av. de los Marismeños, 14
  • Restaurants
    • Macha - c/Vázquez López, 22
    • Azabache - c/Vázquez López, 20
    • La Mirta - c/Martín Alonso Pinzón, 13
    • Portichuelo - c/ Vázquez López, 15

Pablo Rada, 10, CP 21004, Huelva - España - Tel. +34 959285500 - Fax +34 959283912 - Sitemap |  Legal Notice
Hotel Monte Conquero inscrito en el R.T.A. (Registro de Turismo de Andalucía, Consejería de Turismo, Comercio y Deporte) con número de registro H/HU/00491 // H 3*Ciudad.