There is no human expression stronger and more universal than art, and the powerful impact of travelling is probably
one of the life greatest artistic satisfactions. Beyond each individual’s own particular motives for travel lays the one common desire: to feel pleasure.

Just 42 km outside the Andalusian province of Huelva is the municipality of Villanueva de los Castillejos: a secluded area offering a wide variety of things to see and do. Located within the region is the small and unassuming town of Andévalo, with Ca l’Isabel situated at the heart of the historical village. Designed in the infamous Mediterranean Mudejar style of the area, the house and the relaxing patio don’t just create a place of respite and well-being for its guests, but also aims to cater for every whim during their stay.

The town itself maintains a timeless charm, with its inhabitants, houses, streets and small shops all preserved in a deep sense of tradition. With an authentic sense of Castillejeros hospitality abundant throughout the area, it won’t be difficult to find beautiful gems at every turn. The town also boasts quite an extraordinary geographical situation: with the region being spread between the Sierra de la Aracena, the Tierra Llana de Huelva and the border with Portugal. Having easy access to any of these destinations allows you the flexibility to create multiple travel plans and venture freely during your stay at Ca l’Isabel.


The area is steeped in history. Most noteworthy is the discovery of America, which influenced the whole region after 1485, when Christopher Columbus returned from the new world. Many streets and monuments are named after past deeds and historical moments. One can clearly see how the city evolved with its military needs, through the varied constructions and how they are distributed. The Andévalo patrimony is worth a visit for its combination of structures and landscape.

Some other points of interest include the Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de Piedras Albas, located 6km from El Almendro in Prado Osma, as well as various different museums such as the Huelva Museum, to name but one. Located in the capital, the museum offers a journey through the prehistory of what is now Huelva to the latest artistic revelations of the twentieth century – all from the archaeological findings of the area, as well as paintings of Daniel Vázquez Díaz and José Caballero.

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