Sea and dehesa cuisine with Portuguese influence
As is characteristic of the cuisine of Huelva, the gastronomy of the Parador de Ayamonte, given its privileged location, combines sea and mountains with top quality produce as the main ingredient. The pastures supply Jabugo ham, sausages from the Sierra de Aracena and premium meats. A variety of fish and seafood is brought in from the neighbouring fish markets and treated with delicacy and respect.
Dedicated to produce
From the bright dining hall you can enjoy excellent panoramic views of the mouth of the Guadiana, this beautiful white village and the Portuguese coast. The menu is based on the traditional cuisine from Huelva, with a fresh and original presentation. Tapas, portions and dishes of traditional Andalusian cuisine and local recipes, including Iberian ham, skate, white prawns or cuttlefish from Huelva and their fried dishes.
Type of kitchen
Traditional from Ayamonte
Tuna with onions, skate in paprika, squid stew with broad beans, coca ayamontina (local pie).
Sunsets on the border
Eight kilometres of beach make the City of Light, as it is known, one of the most popular tourist destinations. In Ayamonte you can bathe in Isla Canela, a natural paradise full of dunes and beaches with clear waters, with facilities for surfing or windsurfing. Golf and cycling routes are also available. Or go for a swim in Punta del Moral, an old fishing village that is now a tourist centre, also a good choice for water sports.
Its proximity to Portugal makes it convenient for a trip to the neighbouring villages on the Portuguese coast, which you can reach by crossing the Guadiana International Bridge, one of the longest in Spain and the longest in Portugal at 666 metres.
The Parador de Ayamonte is the perfect place to rest after a long day of sightseeing and beaches. From its swimming pool you can enjoy the beautiful sunset over the mouth of the Guadiana, and contemplate the beautiful white houses of Ayamonte while you dine in the restaurant.