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This area belonging to the Atlantic Ocean is shared by the provinces of Cadiz and Huelva. The Costa de la Luz besides offering excellent sandy beaches and crystal clear water, has entertainment options for all tastes including scenic hiking trails with pristine beach areas. A place that you can enjoy with the whole family.
Among the places you can visit on the Costa de la Luz are Sanlucar de Barrameda, Puerto de Santa Maria, Chipriona, Rota, Chiclana, Barbate, Vejer, Medina Sidonia, Tarifa, Puerto Real, Jerez de la Frontera and Conil. Feel free to visit our section on Costa de la Luz and Cadiz in our tourist guide for more information.
In the above map you ´ll find points of interest such as gas stations, hotels, parking lots, bus stops and train or roads. We hope you find it useful and enjoy your visit.
Chipiona is a very popular tourist destination for its beaches rich in iodine.
Puerto de Santa Maria
According to legend the city was founded by the Athenian king Menesteo who gave the city its original name "Puerto de Menesteo". Currently it is a good place to enjoy the cuisine of Cadiz.
Caños de Meca
Tourism of Caños de Meca focuses on its many beaches, with some nudist beaches. Another of its attractions are its natural areas.
Zahara de los Atunes
A natural environment in a typical Andalusian fishing village of recent origin (early sixteenth century), where we can enjoy a cuisine based on seafood and excellent beaches from where you can see the African continent.
If you want to enjoy some of the best beaches in Andalucia, you cannot leave without visiting Tarifa. From Malaga you get easily by car to this town that borders Algeciras and Barbate.
Natural nude beaches, clear waters and natural monuments are some of the characteristics of Tarifa, where we can enjoy a great day at the beach and a sunset stroll through the old town.
For information about the Costa de la Luz in Huelva, check the link.