Almonte, Spain

Almonte is a Spanish city in the province of Huelva, in the autonomous region of Andalusia. On 1 January 2013 there lived 22,964 inhabitants. The city has an area of 861 km ² and a population density of 27 inhabitants. / Km ². The place is remote from the provincial capital, Huelva 75 m above sea level and 55 km.

The municipal area includes the pilgrimage of El Rocío, the beach of Matalascañas and a part of the National Park Coto de Doñana.


  • Parish Church - The Parish Church, whose right tower is without hood, with its facade reminiscent of the colonial-style churches in South America.
  • Town hall
  • El Rocío - The sanctuary is located 15 km south of the city. There is also the visitor center " Las Rocinas " of the National Park Coto de Doñana