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We are based in the province of Huelva (Spain), close to the border with Portugal and the Atlantic coastal line

The entire Southwest of the Iberian Penninsula enjoys more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The climate is mediterranean type, nice, sunny and warm; but tempered by  the air masses that steadily come from the Atlantic Ocean.

The average annual rainfall ranges between 450 -550 mm, peaking up in fall and spring with a typical mediterranean drought lasting for the summer months.

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Our soils are warm, mostly sandy or silty, with medium to slightly high acidity, where typical sclerophyllous mediterranean flora nourishes. 

Pines forests,  scrublands, dunes, marshes and open countryside beautify our landscapes.

Plenty of sunshine, nice weather and a huge diverseness of our native flora and fauna make our province one of the areas with the greatest Biodiversity in all of Europe.


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  • Cistus ladanifer
  • Serapias cordigera
  • Serapias lingua
  • Lupinus sp.
  • Serapias lingua
  • Lavandula stoechas
  • Quercus coccifera
  • Vinca pervinca
  • Gynandriris sisyrinchium
  • Papaver rhoeas
  • Muscao comosum
  • Oxalis pes-caprae
  • Silene rostrata
  • Aristolochia baetica
  • Allium neapolitanum
  • Borrago officinalis
  • Vinca pervinca
  • Centaurea sp.
  • Muscari baeticum