Costa de la Luz

Costa de la Luz

Welcome to the Costa de la Luz of the Atlantic coast, in the heart of Andalusia!

The climate is Mediterranean with a strong Atlantic influence that offers the necessary refreshment.

In 711, the Muslims took control over “Al Andalus” starting from Tarifa. This Moorish reign lasted until the fall of Granada in 1492.

This influence is still clearly present in the rich architecture, handicraft, and gastronomy.

This region has not been spoilt by mass tourism.

The new, stricter plans for the region are a guarantee for its sustainable development.

The tourism is predominantly Spanish. Foreign travelers who visit the region are always very interested in learning more about the language and local culture.

The natural sandy beaches belong to the best beaches in all of Europe.

Founded 3000 years ago by the Phoenicians, Cádiz is Europe’s oldest city. Jerez de la Frontera is the cradle of the sherry wine and famous for its world-class royal equestrian center.

Vast natural regions enjoy permanent protection, such as the “Parque Nacional de Doñana,” the “Sierra de Grazalema,” and the “Parque de los Alcornocales” (the largest wood of cork oaks in Europe).

Within this paradisiac nature lay the famous white villages, which have been declared World Heritage by Unesco.

The people of Andalusia are extremely friendly and welcoming.

The many “fiestas,” “ferias,” and “romerías” await you with open arms to join the festivities.

Life is a true celebration here.