The fishermen’s houses in El Rompido, (Cartaya), make up one of the most traditional urban landscapes in Andalucia. The simplicity of its perfect white facades crowned by reddish tiles contrasts with the elegance of the civic buildings.
You will have a wonderful time in this pretty village in Huelva, which is noted for its cuisine as well as its typical Andalucian architecture.
Distances calculated from Hotel Fuerte El Rompido
Two lighthouses watch over this unparalleled location although only one is still in use. Their lights have always guided fishermen on the Atlantic and are a notable symbol of this fishing village.
Located on the outskirts of the village, this chapel is an example of Andalucian baroque architecture with Mudejar contributions. The architectural simplicity acquires magical proportions from the interplay of straight lines and subtle curves. The chapel houses the Virgen de la Consolación (Our Lady of Consolation), an image to which the people of Cartaya are very devoted.