The province of Huelva hides one of our favourite natural gems in Andalusia: the Rio Tinto (Red River), named after the colour it takes, caused by iron deposits. You may ask yourself if it's lava or water, so why not to come to test it?
Sunset in Toledo, Spain. Photo by Adamjasonmoore. Toledo is a city located in central Spain, 70 km south of Madrid. It is the capital of the province of Toledo and the autonomous community of Castile–La Mancha. http://informationaboutearth.com/category/spain-2/
Baños de la Encina's (Spain) major attraction is its Moorish castle, which is both an historical and an artistic monument. Notable for its fifteen ten metre high towers, the fortress was constructed on the orders of Al-Hakam II, who dominated the area, and was completed in 970.