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Things to do in Palos de la Frontera

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The best things to do in Palos de la Frontera

Are you not so sure of what to do in Palos de la Frontera? Don't worry, there are many
Palos de la Frontera activities
that'll surprise you. Of all that the things to see in
Palos de la Frontera, the nearby beaches on the Gulf of Cadiz, the monuments and the historic heritage are the most important. In the center of town, one of the main places to visit in Palos de la Frontera is the Church of San Jorge, built in a Mudejar Gothic style, with a Moorish gate called "los novios". Other
interesting
attractions in Palos de la Frontera are the port of Palos, famous for being the port from which
Christopher Columbus
sailed on August 3, 1492. The castle, La Casa Museo de Martín Alonso Pinzón, La Fontanilla and the
Calzadilla
dock, which was built to commemorate the fourth centenary of the discovery of America and which was restored in the late 20th century, are other Palos de la Frontera attractions you cannot miss. Some of the illustrious sons of the city were the three
Pinzon
brothers, who traveled with Christopher Columbus on the expedition's discovery of America. There are several monuments related to these characters throughout the city, and visiting them is one of the more interesting things to do in Palos de la Frontera today. Notably, around March 15, the "Medieval Fair of
Discovery" is celebrated, turning the town into a typical villa from the 15th century. There's lots of stuff to do in Palos de la Frontera, don't wait to come and explore this fantastic area in the province of Huelva!