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The best products of Andalusia: Denominations of Origin that you must try

Andalusia is characterized as a region marked by culinary diversity and the quality of its local products.

Discover Cadiz: Spain’s oldest city 

With more than 3,000 years of antiquity behind it, Cadiz is the oldest city in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe.

Faro: a day in the capital of Algarve

The city of Faro, located in the south of Portugal, is the capital of the Algarve and the main communication point between the east and west of the region.

Ruta del Jabugo:

Jabugo Route: learn about the origin of the best Iberian ham in the world

As we explained in our article “Gastronomy of Huelva: from the sea to the land“, Huelva is known for its gastronomic richness and variety of products from both the sea and the land.

Golf as therapy for the mind

Those who know us notice that in AMA we faithfully believe in the benefits of sport for the mind and body and therefore we make every effort to provide the means and treatments within the Resort for residents to achieve physical, emotional and social wellbeing.

Muelle RIotinto

A day in Huelva Capital; monuments and emblematic areas

Beyond its coasts and its gastronomy, Huelva is a millenary city full of history. A place where different civilizations have left their own mark throughout the province, giving it a remarkable tourist interest.

II Restaurant Guide near AMA Residences Andalucía

Undoubtedly Huelva is one of those perfect places where you can enjoy a high quality gastronomy. The raw material and the richness of its land make the Costa de la Luz the ideal place for the most exquisite palates.

The best beach clubs near AMA Residences to spend an unforgettable day at the beach

Far beyond its light, Huelva is known for having a wide range of beach clubs or “chiringuitos” where its gastronomy, atmosphere, music and activities merge offering a complete experience on the beach.

The Mediterranean diet and its health benefits

The Mediterranean diet is characterized by a wide variety of natural foods from the geographical area that bathes the Mediterranean. Over the years this concept has gained even more notoriety than it already had, becoming a benchmark in healthy lifestyle.

Take care of your body and mind at a luxury resort

Taking care of our health should be a priority throughout all stages of our lives. Beyond the absence of pathologies, health is a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being that directly affects the quality of life.

El Rocío: a tradition from Huelva that tresspases frontiers

El Rocío is the perfect combination of tradition, culture and Mediterranean gastronomy. During the pilgrimage to the village of El Rocío, in Almonte, the route becomes a festival of carts, horses, traditional costumes and, always, in unison with flamenco singing and dancing.

Semana Santa

During the ‘Semana Mayor’ (Greater Week) different ‘pasos’ represent the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ and the streets are filled with the smell of incense, the colour of the ‘pasos’ with their embroidery and gold work and the costumes of the penitents…

Huelva and its light

Living in the sunniest province of Spain brings great benefits to its inhabitants: the people of Huelva, the so called “onubenses” or “choqueros”.

Oenology and wine tourism in the province of Huelva

Oenology, which in many cases reaches the category of art, focuses on the production and study of wine. From the cultivation of the vines, the care of the vineyard and the production of the wine, to its subsequent storage and ageing, the whole process of wine production is encompassed within this science.Enjoy a wine experience in the province of Huelva.

Discover Seville at Christmas

Christmas is the time for gathering with the loved ones and doing great family plans. Seville’s Christmas temperatures will allow you to enjoy the city, eat in the sun and discover a Christmas setting when the sun goes down. Rated as one of the best European Christmas capitals, AMA residents can enjoy it each year as it is only 1 hour away from AMA Residences Andalucía.

Six autumn plans in Huelva

During the autumn months, the Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche is tinged with orange and coppery colours, and filled with mushrooms and chestnuts, unique images that will make you fall even more in love with Huelva and its mild autumn weather. With the drop in temperatures and the autumn rains, greenery begins to reign throughout the province, beautifying every corner.

The western Algarve

We continue our tour of the Algarve to travel along the western coast from Faro to Cape St. Vincent, the most southwestern point of Europe, which is only 2 hours away from AMA Residences Andalucia.

The eastern Algarve

Less than 20 minutes away from AMA Residences Andalucía you will find one of the corners of the world worth visiting again and again: The Portuguese Algarve. A classic sun and beach destination, ideal for practicing adventure sports, enjoying various leisure plans, discovering its history and delighting in its finger-licking gastronomy.

Vistas Rui Silvestre: ecstasy of the senses

Art and cuisine merge at Vistas as Rui Silvestre cooks the sea and the Algarvian land in his Michelin-starred restaurant. We tried his extensive Atlantic-inspired Ocean Promenade and the experience was sublime. An artist who creates a symphony of flavors, colors, textures that blend together to delight the 5 senses. The menu condenses in 14 dishes the essence of the Atlantic and the traditions of the Algarve but fused with “improbable flavors without losing a bit of authenticity”.

The Lower Guadiana and its territories

The Lower Guadiana is a territory where you can feel history. With a very defined personality and articulated around the Guadiana River and framed between Spain and Portugal this area is made up of 5 regions: The Algarve, a paradise of coast, sea and beaches; The Alentejo, of extensive golden steppes, pastures and forests; The Western Coast of Huelva, cradle of discovery, marshes and marshes; The Andévalo, halfway between the coast and the Sierra de Huelva; The Sierra de Huelva, in its westernmost part, homeland of the pig and the worlwide renown Iberian ham.

Restaurant Guide near AMA Residences Andalucía

Huelva stands out in gastronomic terms for the excellent quality of the raw ingredients: seafood from white shrimp to the delicious sorrel through the omnipresent “choco”; from the land like the Andévalo lamb or the Iberian pork that we love entirely; from the orchard as the Redondela potatoes, pink tomatoes from the Sierra or the delicious strawberries and berries that fill the market stalls with color.

Explore the surroundings of AMA Residences Andalucía

AMA Residences Andalucía is nestled on the so called “Costa Occidental de Huelva” (Western Coast of Huelva). This region occupies the southwest of the province and includes the coastal municipalities of Ayamonte, Isla Cristina, Lepe and Cartaya. In the final stretch of the Guadiana sedimentary basin, the Western Coast of Huelva is open to the South Atlantic Ocean and borders Portugal.

Nine reasons to visit Córdoba in May

Patios, crosses and wine. Everybody talks about Córdoba during the month of May. A month in which many of the most important events of this city take place: “el Festival de los Patios” (The Courtyards Festival), “las Cruces de Mayo” (the May Crosses Festival) y “la Feria de Córdoba” (the Córdoba Fair). Although any time of the year is good for visiting, this destination bewitches travelers with its flowery courtyards during spring time.

The trail of Columbus in Huelva

Huelva does not appear much on travelers’ radars and perhaps it has to do with its discreet situation: hidden in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, in the westernmost part of Andalusia, next to Portugal and nestled between the rivers Tinto and Odiel. It was precisely its location, coastal and seafaring facing the ocean, which led Columbus to set sail for America.

The perfect plan for this spring: discovering Doñana and El Rocío

Between Huelva, Seville and Cádiz, and just an hour’s drive from our resort, is the village of El Rocío and the Doñana Natural Park. Two wonders of our province that cannot be missed during the spring.

An unforgettable day in Seville: what you can do and visit

A city that is only 1.5 hours away from our resort and boasts centuries of history. If you go to the city without a specific plan, just to stroll around and enjoy the sights, you will probably find your visit pleasant as the city is full of charming corners.

Advantages of living in a luxury resort

Taking advantage of all the comforts of an exclusive hotel while enjoying the independence of your own home is a luxury, especially in Spain. If your dream is to live in a beautiful house on the coast with all the services provided by a luxury resort, AMA Residences Andalucía is the place for you.

Buying a property in Spain

If you have chosen Spain to buy a property, it is normal that you have doubts about the process. We review the steps you should take to purchase a home at AMA Residences Andalucia as a foreign buyer and the different ways in which we could accompany you during the course.

5 Hiking trails in the province of Huelva

Autumn is the perfect time of year to put on your hiking boots and go for a walk in the wonderful natural surroundings.

The interior decoration of our show villa

In the renovation of the show villa, which serves as an example of the furniture available to buyers, we have sought to adapt the decoration to both summer and winter homes. But, above all, to make it really cozy.

8 reasons to live on the coast of Huelva

The coast of Huelva is one of the best places to live if you are looking for an area with an enviable climate, surrounded by nature, full of culture and charm. We understand that not everyone will agree with our point of view. That’s why we want to expose, one by one, the points for which we dare to make this bold statement.

Escape the heat with water activities on the Costa de la Luz

If there is one thing that characterizes the summer months in Andalusia, especially July and August, it is the heat. The high temperatures and a constant blue sky, in which the sun shines for many hours, are part of the charm of this corner of southern Spain.

La Gruta de las Maravillas: beauty underground

If you are feeling adventurous and would like to explore further afield, near Islantilla you will find a multitude of cultural and natural attractions. One such place is La Gruta de las Maravillas or The Cave of Wonders

Costa de la Luz: a paradise in Andalucía

The “Costa de la Luz” (Coast of Light) is located in the Andalusian province of Huelva and has more than 120 km of coastline with beautiful beaches of outstanding quality. In this area you can enjoy all kinds of beaches, from the most urban ones to the wildest ones.

Gastronomy in Huelva: from the sea to the land

Huelva’s gastronomy is based on a fusion of products that vary from the inland to the coast. Thus, we could say that Huelva’s cuisine is seafood in the south, while in the interior it is oriented to Iberian pork products and mushrooms, and in El Andévalo region to game and lamb.

Lockdown in a haven by the sea

In Spain we have already been confined in our homes for several weeks due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but the situation in each home is very different depending on where you are spending these days of confinement.

Nordic design in Andalusia

Nordic style combines clean lines with natural materials, such as wood and textiles, as well as the use of neutral colours, with the aim of bringing light and warmth into the homes.

The golf destination

Andalusia and the Portuguese Algarve have become one of the preferred destinations for golfers throughout Europe.

AMA Residents X Condé Nast TRAVELER

Travelers showcases AMA Residences as a little paradise in Huelva.