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Erasmus blog Huelva

  • 20 degrees, it will be roasting!!!

    The weather forecast gives 20 degrees celsius as the temperature everyday which is music to Irish students ears as we are lucky to get one or two days of this weather in summer! It would seem that shorts and tops and dresses and so forth is all I will be wearing. So...

    0 by Siofra, 6 months ago
  • My secrets into living in Huelva

    I’ve been to many holiday destinations throughout the world, but none of them beat this feeling right now living in Huelva. To be honest the main reason I travelled to Huelva on Erasmus was because of the good weather, but now I am so thankful I picked Huelva for many...

    0 by Siofra, 6 months ago
  • The beach

    Huelva has several beaches, so I don't know where to start. The Punta del Sebo is a part of Huelva's capital and for many years it hasn't been considered a beach. This is because it only consists of the end of the Port where all the dirt and garbage from the sea is...

    0 by Lauren, 8 months ago
  • Preconception: In Spain it's always hot!

    At the time of the first frost, I look back with nostalgia when I arrived here almost a month ago... And yes, just ten days ago it was 30 ° C in Huelva! And since the start of the weekend, all Erasmus are in search of a hat and other winter pageantry. Wow, my first...

    0 by Mirabelle, 2 years ago
  • Choosing a city for your Erasmus studies

    Hi everyone! My name is Martina and this is my first post dedicated to all the students planning to do their Erasmus in Spain. Spain is a huge country, divided into regions which are all unique in their own way. I understand if you cannot really decide which city to...

    0 by Martina, 2 years ago
  • Trigueros and its festivals

    Source Trigueros is a little town of Huelva, located 20 km from the city and next to Beas; the place I mentioned to you in a previous blog where my family has a little house in the countryside. Also, my parents renewed their vows in the town church and afterwards we...

    0 by Evie, 2 years ago
  • Nightlife in Huelva

    Huelva, despite being a small town, has a good night life for both minors and adults. When I was about 16 years old, Alameda was the most popular night club, then it was renamed Consorcio and now it is called Consorcio white. While most clubs in other cities in Spain...

    0 by Amy, 4 years ago
  • Islantilla

    There is a small seaside area in Andalusia called Islantilla, where my boyfriend’s family has a holiday house. Therefore, we always spend at least a couple of days there in the summer. Islantilla lies between the municipalities of Isla Cristina and Lepe and was...

    0 by Petra, 4 years ago

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