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Puerto de Sanlucar de Guadiana, Andalusia, Spain
Puerto de Sanlucar de Guadiana is also known as Port Sanlucar de Guardiana and it is located in the municipality that wears the same name, in the province of Huelva and the region of Andalusia. This rural destination makes a wonderful stop for those who want to rest for a while and admire the beautiful landscapes. The evening is the perfect moment for tourists to admire wonderful lights that are reflected into the dark coloured water and feel the vibration if the positive attitude that flows everywhere in this area. The tourists can visit the San Marcos Castle and can have an interesting experience while standing in the Zero Limit area. Water sports are encouraged here, due to the great weather conditions. Those who are passionate about history are welcome to visit some of the historical monuments and sights in this area, such as the Castillo de San Marcos and the Church of Our Lady of the Flowers. A perfect mix of sea and mountains will be encountered in this picturesque location.
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Attractions in Andalusia
The autonomous community of Andalusia is also known as Andalucia or Andaluzia and it is the second largest region in the country. Also, it is the most populous community, having more than 8.5 million inhabitants. Andalucia includes 8 provinces: Seville or Sevilla, Malaga, Huelva, Granada, Jaen, Cordoba, Cadiz and Almeria. The capital of Andalusia is Sevilla, which is a great city that was built on the Guadalquivir River. This region is a perfect combination between the holiday resorts that are simply breathtaking, the cultural mix, the astonishing architecture, the luxury and the picturesque landscapes of the coast.
According to the historic sources, Andalusia has been inhabited since the prehistoric times, due to its natural treasures such as the fertile lands and the mineral deposits, but also to the advantageous position that offered access to both Europe and Africa. The battles between the Christians and the Muslims, the fight for sovereignty and the desire of bu... more info
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