Huelva borders onto Seville, Bandajzo, Cadiz and Portugal. It’s a coastal province in southern Spain. Tourism took a little longer to establish itself in Huelva which in turn allowed them to be more prepared, build smarter and have better city planning. The tourism in Huelva is present but on a smaller scale than some of its counterparts such as Malaga or Alicante. Huelva has a separate classification for tourists who prefer to explore the inland opposed to the coast line, labeled as “Rural Tourism”. Huelva has a large amount of environmentally friendly energy sources such as solar power, wind power and biomass power. Being a tourist filled province means the property prices can vary quite a bit, with properties close to the coast costing significantly more than those of the same plot size inland on average.