|Discover the real Andalucía and some of Spain's most beautiful beaches on the Costa de la Luz|
Well kept secret
Endless sandy beaches, charming white villages, traditional ferias and fiestas, beautiful historical cities and more than 300 days of sunshine per year. The Costa de la Luz, the Atlantic coast of Andalucía, is still a well kept secret to non-Spanish tourists. Due to the absence of an international airport until 1993 this wonderful part of Spain has not been taken over by mass tourism and you can still experience the real Andalucía here.
Beautiful sandy beaches
The Costa de la Luz (Coast of Light) is the unspoilt Atlantic coast of Andalucía. The coast extends from Tarifa, the southernmost point of Spain, to Ayamonte on the border with Portugal and covers the coast of the provinces of Cádiz and Huelva. The Costa de la Luz owes its name to the brilliant bright sunlight that is reflected by the Atlantic Ocean and the white sandy beaches. Altogether the Coast of Light offers 270 kilometres of beautiful unspoilt beaches with fine sand and crystal clear waters.
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