A-474 - A-474

Seville - Hinojos - Almonte
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Route data
Colloquial name Huelva road
Identifier A-474
Type Autonomous road
Length 48 km
Administration Juntadeandalucia.svg
Junta de Andalucía
Start Castilleja de la Cuesta
End Almonte
Places it crosses Bormujos , Bollullos de la Mitación , Aznalcázar , Pilas , Hinojos

The A-474 is an Andalusian regional road that connects the towns of Castilleja de la Cuesta and Almonte . This and the A-483 road formed one of the main routes to the city of Huelva , together with the N-431 road , today mostly transferred to the Junta de Andalucía . Today it is one of the two main alternatives to the Autopista del Quinto Centenario .


The A-474 starts in Castilleja de la Cuesta and continues south, reaching Bormujos . In the crossing of this town, the road changes towards the west, direction that we will take during the rest of the route. Leaving Bormujos, we continue towards the east and arrive at Bollullos de la Mitación and then to Aznalcázar , where we will find the first ring road, which borders the town to the south. Leaving Aznalcázar , we continue west and cross the Guadiamar river , and when we reach Pilas we leave it to the right to skirt it to the south. At the end of the ring road, we continue towards Hinojos, where we will change from Seville to Huelva . And when we get to Hinojos , we will leave it to the right and we will cross the A-481 road , which will take us to Villamanrique . We continue towards Almonte , and after crossing several pine forests and leaving the town on our right, it ends at a roundabout on the A-483 motorway .