Located in a privileged natural environment. 200 meters from La Bota beach, five kilometers from the tourist town of Punta Umbría, in Huelva, Costa de la Luz.
La Bota Beach
Popularly known as “El Cruce”, this beach is located between Los Enebrales and El Portil. It is not urbanized, although it has some beach bars and a lifeguard post. From El Camping it is accessed directly from “La Puerta Playa”.
The Enebrales de Punta Umbría Natural Park extends along three kilometers of coastline. It is 162 hectares of mixed juniper and juniper forest, located between dunes, inhabited by highly appreciated animal and plant species.
The province of Huelva, located in the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, has the privilege of enjoying some 3,000 hours of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 18 degrees.
Punta Umbría, being an isthmus and having more than 13 kilometers of beach of different types and waves, is a more than adequate place to practice water sports. Wind surfing is practiced and, for a few years, also kite surfing, sailing, water skiing…
The city of Huelva is located on the peninsula formed by the Tinto and Odiel rivers as they head towards their mouth. This strategic location for trade as well as its riches have made many civilizations choose it to settle.
Costa de la Luz
The Huelva coast extends from Doñana and the mouth of the Guadalquivir, bordering Cádiz, to the mouth of the Guadiana, where Isla Canela and Ayamonte border with Portugal.
Marismas del Odiel
The Marismas de Odiel Natural Park is located in the estuary formed by the mouth of the Tinto and Odiel rivers, an obligatory passageway for thousands of migratory birds on their route from Europe to Africa.
The Algarve is the southernmost region of mainland Portugal. Its territory corresponds to the intermunicipal community of Algarve and is located just 1 hour from Huelva.