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Routes to go by mountain bike in the province of Huelva

Routes to go by mountain bike in the province of Huelva

Although it does not have large slopes or relevant mountain areas, except in the north with Sierra Morena, the province of Huelva has very attractive routes to perform with the mountain bike. The Doñana National Park, on the Huelva coast, is one of the most interesting places that are worth performing by bicycle. Looking between pine forests, dunes and marshes is a unique incentive to schedule a route through this unique nature reserve in Europe. Likewise, the wetlands and marshes that are distributed throughout the coastal area, in addition to its spectacular beaches, can be traveled quietly by bike admiring their beauty both vegetable and animal. Finally, the city of Huelva itself and localities such as Palos de la Frontera, Lepe or Almonte have a great artistic, historical and cultural heritage that is worth visiting.

Route through Doñana

Doñana National Park is one of the ecological reserves not only from Spain, but of all of Europe. In their Ecosystem of Mediterranean forest and Marismas inhabit up to 440 animal species, of which most are birds that usually nest or stop in wetlands in their migrations from Europe to Africa or vice versa. All this unique ecosystem can be traveled by bicycle. The roads and paths of the Doñana Coto are perfectly delimited and are simple to face with a Mountain Bike, since the vast majority of the terrain is flat. However, the firm of some clues is very sandy and adds physical and technical difficulty to the route.

Pinares de Cartaya Route

To the west of the province of Huelva, between the populations of Lepe and Cartaya, this route between pine forests with roads and clay paths and the occasional quite technical trialera. The profile is Rompepiernas, with continuous ups and downs, although seeing the natural environment of Los Pinares de Cartaya is well worth the effort.

Marismas de Huelva Route

In Huelva there are no great slopes, but the unique landscapes of marshes next to the coast that is worth traveling by bicycle. This route leaves from the provincial capital to visit the environment of the mouth of the Odiel and Tinto rivers. A natural park that encompasses a large amount of native flora and fauna and that contains a lot of history. From the Río Río Student, specifically in Palos de la Frontera, the first expedition of Christopher Columbus left to discover America in 1492. The route uses a bike lane in its first very well preserved part, with rest areas, picnings, etc. The rest of the tour are clues and paths by pine forests that border the marshes.
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