Facing the Atlantic Ocean, rather than the Mediterranean, makes the Costa de la Luz incredibly unique in Spain, its fine combination of resort beach paradises mixed with untouched wetlands gives it an unparalleled diversity. This coastline appeals to both carefree merrymakers and studious nature lovers, all of whom may end up letting their hair down at any of the fine establishments of entertainment – bars, clubs, discos – that serve the burgeoning tourism industry at the Costa de la Luz. The soft sand of La Caleta Beach is a sun-worshiper’s dream come true. After all, the direct translation of Costa de la Luz is “Coast of Light”, whose unrelenting sunshine will bronze your skin into a slightly darker hue. Wander out of the Costa de la Luz Villas, lather on the suntan oil and prepare for some serious exertion…lying in the sun. The Costa de la Luz is very extraordinary and offers a lot of places to stay like Conil de la Frontera or Cadiz. Click below, if you like to know much more about another coasts in Spain:
If you really want to get active, then a variety of exciting water sports is available to vacationers such as yachting and fishing. Local fishermen make for great company, the Spanish are renowned for their friendliness. Haggle for some fresh-caught fish to cook up in the kitchen of your self catering home. Yet the Costa de la Luz can hardly be understood until one takes the time to tour the Wetlands of Donana, a birdwatcher’s paradise. Starting with just the flora, the golden grassy expanse here is enough to take one's breath away with its simplistic, pastoral beauty. One of the largest wetlands in Europe, Donana is home to various endangered fowl including the Larus genei gull and the Marmaronetta Duck. The natural richness of this spot has led to its inscription in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Directory.
Book a holiday home in Costa de la Luz and drink in the beauty of the region. The Atlantic winds make Cape Trafalgar a world-renowned spot for kite surfing, a sport which has accelerated in popularity due to the extreme sense of thrill and daringness involved. Cape Trafalgar is almost constantly windy, and kitesurfers regularly take off onto the water and sometimes roll along the sand with specially designed boards. Overall, the Costa de la Luz has something for everyone – whether you seek relaxation, nature, or active pursuits. The region also boasts fine holiday accommodation of all types, from Costa de la Luz villas and Costa de la Luz apartments to cozy self catering cottages and Costa de la Luz rentals for families. Also you have the possibility to visit a foreign country amidst Spain - with a location next to Gibraltar, a british colony, Costa de la Luz rentals will still become more attractive.