Aljaraque is a city in the Spanish province of Huelva. It has 19,492 inhabitants ( 1 January 2013) and is located about 8 km from the provincial capital, Huelva. The place has grown most of all towns in the province in the last 10 years.

Population development:

1996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 9,587 9,743 10,298 10,806 11,626 12,303 13,009 14,060 14,846 15,617

Near the provincial capital of Huelva is Aljaraque on the other side of the river Odiel and the nature reserve Odiel Marshes. With today's three golf courses Aljarque is especially true as (winter ) quarters for retired, and reasonably wealthy British.


Parish of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios The present structure dates from the 18th century and was built over the remains of the mid-16th century. The last renovation dates from the 40s. Inside you can find some remarkable specimens of embroideries, such as a work of the Sevillian school of Jesus of Nazareth, or two works by the sculptor León Ortega: Virgen de los Remedios and San Sebastian.

Chapel of San Sebastian Built on the places of worship for the two cartridges city San Sebastian and Nuestra Señora de los Remedios the chapel dedicated to the patron saint San Sebastian.


Festival in honor of San Pedro Apóstol ( January 29 ) Feast of San Sebastián Ermita de San Sebastián ( January 29 ).