Huelva
Moguer
Interesting
Moguer The Essential
Interesting
Perched on a hill on the left bank of the River Tinto, the aristocratic town of Moguer, with its elegant Gothic and Baroque mansions, tranquil avenues and charming nooks and crannies, is bathed in the famed clear light of the Huelva region. Situated on the "Columbus Route", Moguer is also the birthplace of the winner of the 1956 Nobel Prize for Literature, Juan Ramón Jiménez, whose verses adorn attractive panels dotted around the town centre.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Moguer
Monastery of Santa Clara
Monastery of Santa Clara
This 14C monastery, closely linked to
30 minutes
Calle Andalucía
Calle Andalucía
This charming pedestrian street links
15 minutes
Casa-museo Zenobia y Juan Ramón
Casa-museo Zenobia y Juan Ramón
This elegant white house on two floors,
60 minutes
Birthplace of Juan Ramón Jiménez
Birthplace of Juan Ramón Jiménez
In the typical Calle Ribera, this former
15 minutes
Nuestra Señora de la Granada
Nuestra Señora de la Granada
This 18C church stands on the site of a
15 minutes
Convent of St Francis
Convent of St Francis
This 15C convent, erected by Pedro
15 minutes