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1 minute from Palos de la Frontera City Hall
5 minutes from La Fontanilla
on Avenida Bayona la Real
5 minutes from Parque America
on Calle Martín Alonso Pinzón
9 minutes from La Fontanilla
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About Palos de la Frontera
Nestled in the heart of Huelva province in the southwestern region of Spain, Palos de la Frontera is a small town filled with serene views and organic products. Palos de la Frontera is majorly an agricultural village due to its locally produced strawberries, raspberries, and other fruits and vegetables.
The town was founded in the early 14th century and has traces of Upper Paleolithic, Moorish, and Roman civilizations. At that time, Palos de la Frontera used to be a seafaring and coastal town with fishing as the major occupation of its residents.
Despite being a small town, Palos de la Frontera has a population of 11,000 according to the 2018 census. Its name originates from the Latin word Palus which means Lake or Lagoon as the town is located next to a port. In fact, Palos de la Frontera port was where the famous explorer Christopher Columbus set sail to discover America in 1492.
Places to see in Palos de la Frontera
Here are some of the places you can see in Palos de la Frontera:
Iglesia de San Jorge
It is a Gothic-style Catholic church that dates back to the 15th century. Since its creation, Iglesia de San Jorge has gone through multiple renovations, the biggest one being in 1755 after the Lisbon earthquake. In 1931, it was declared a National Monument.
La Fontanilla is a must-see attraction in Palos de la Frontera, especially for sea history fanatics. It is a 13th-century fountain, located on Calle Cristóbal Colón, that originally served as a public water source for sailers deporting from the port of the Palos de la Frontera.
Casa de la Misericordia
Casa de la Misericordia used to be a hospital called Hospital de la Sangre in the sea-bearing days of Palos de la Frontera. It was a haven for sailors who became sick during thier voyages and needed immediate care and medical attention from the professionals.
Casa Museo Martin Alonso Pinzón
It is a museum made in a Renaissance-style house designed by Martin Pinzón, that was built in the 15th century. The house belonged to Martin Alonso Pinzón’s family and now it’s a tourist attraction because they played an important part in the implementation and documentation of America’s discovery.