A well kept secret that is unspoiled by mass tourism offering wide, sandy beaches backed by dunes & pine forests, watched over by ancient white hilltowns dating back to Moorish times. Costa de la Luz gets its name from the brilliant, vivid light that highlights the whitewash of its villages, the golden hue of the dunes and the reflection of the silver sea.
One of Spain`s best-kept secrets! Cadiz combines a rich cultural heritage with an upbeat, friendly ambience.
With typical Andalucian style, narrow streets and courtyards full of flowers, Chiclana preserves its Andalucian customs and traditions.
A beautiful cultural town, dating back to Roman times, with stunning beaches and gastronomy to make your mouth water.
Picturesque Andalucian port-town boasting some great white sand beaches, with 13 miles of coastline with eight golden sandy beaches in the vicinity.
An ancient town that opens out to the Atlantic Sea and coastline, with two national parks behind: the Natural Park of the Bay of Cádiz and the Doñana.
The windsurfing capital of Europe, fast becoming one of the hippest places to visit in Spain. Small, but oozing with charm and an eclectic ambience.
There is a strong Arab influence here. Such combination of Arab and Spanish culture gives this beautiful city an unusual air of individuality, a very genuine place even amidst the real port atmosphere.
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