Costa De La Luz Holidays

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Spain's 'coast of light' - rolling dunes, stretches of clifs and coves

With over 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, Costa de la Luz is popular with nature enthusiasts, windsurfers, beach lovers and kite boarders. Stretching along the Atlantic Ocean in the western part of Andalusia, Spain's 'coast of light' is a relatively unspoilt holiday destination with fine golden beaches, rolling dunes, stretches of cliffs and coves, and pine-covered hills.

With over 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, Costa de la Luz is popular with nature enthusiasts, windsurfers, beach lovers and kite boarders. Stretching along the Atlantic Ocean in the western part of Andalusia, Spain's 'coast of light' is a relatively unspoilt holiday destination with fine golden beaches, rolling dunes, stretches of cliffs and coves, and pine-covered hills

Costa de la Luz is divided into two sections: the Huelva province runs from the Portuguese border to the Guadalquivir River and the Donaña National Park, while the Cadiz province runs from the Guadalquivir to the popular town of Tarifa on the edge of the Costa del Sol. There are interesting towns full of real Spanish flavour to explore, attractive flora and fauna to enjoy, and a number of low-key resorts offering a range of activities for those tired of crowded package tour destinations.

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