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Costa de la Luz


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  • Bolonia beach, Tarifa.

Have you ever been to the Costa de la Luz? The beaches of Huelva and Cadiz with their fine sand seem to go on for ever, and make the ideal place for enjoying the sun and the sea almost all year round.Read more...

This is the stretch of coastline that runs through the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz in Andalusia. In Cadiz you'll find a wide variety of beaches –everything from unspoiled paradises in the area of Conil and Barbate, with its Bolonia beach, to other more family-oriented destinations such as Chiclana. In Huelva you can take spectacular photographs of its 120 kilometres of dunes and pine trees stretching down to the seashore. Enjoy a dip at any of the well-known beaches, such as Mazagón beach (Palos de la Frontera), the unspoiled beach of El Rompido (Cartaya) and the beaches of Tarifa (Cadiz), a hotspot for windsurfers and kitesurfers. What can you do? The Doñana National Park lies beside the beach of Matalascañas, between Huelva and Cádiz. This is one of the most important nature spaces in Europe, with dunes, marshes and endangered animal species such as the Iberian lynx and the imperial eagle. The list of activities you can do there is endless: playing golf overlooking the sea, taking part in popular festivities such as the pilgrimage of El Rocío and the Cadiz carnival, visiting the ruins of the old Roman city of Baelo Claudia, or taking an excursion to the white villages of Cadiz. To restore your strength, what could be better than dropping in to any of the famous 'chiringuitos' (beachfront bar-restaurants) and enjoying a platter of 'pescaito frito' (freshly fried fish)?


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Costa de la Luz


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