Holidays in Costa De La Luz
Chiclana de Frontera is a seaside town tucked on Spain's southern coast in the region of Costa de la Luz. The area has all the makings of a first-class holiday – white sand beaches, gorgeous architecture and freshly-caught seafood dishes at local restaurants – making it a hotspot among visitors looking to truly experience authentic Mediterranean culture.
Quiet and laid-back in nature, El Rompido is a haven for relaxing Costa de la Luz holidays along the coast. Unlike most destinations, this small fishing village actually comes with multiple unique shores – one along the Atlantic Ocean and the others bordering the river that has naturally cut through the land. Here, you can have your pick of suntan spots.
Although it's not as well-known as some of the other towns that are frequented by those heading on holidays to Costa de la Luz, Isla Canela offers a calmer alternative to its more famous neighbours. Formerly a vibrant fishing town, the island is today a laid-back and relaxing tourist resort sandwiched between crystalline waters in front and beautiful marshland behind.
Islantilla is a charming seaside town situated in the beautiful area of Costa de la Luz, sitting almost directly between the Piedras and Guadiana rivers. Combining year-round sunshine, picture-perfect beaches and delicious Andalusian cuisine, Islantilla is an ideal getaway for sun-seekers looking for All Inclusive Costa de la Luz holidays. Whether you're an intrepid explorer, an adrenaline junkie, a love-struck couple, a food connoisseur or a self-confessed beach bum, you're in for a treat.
The delightful tourist destination of Punta Umbria lies on the Costa de la Luz, where even in winter temperatures hover around 15 degrees during the day. As well as its pristine, Blue Flag beach, Punta Umbria also has much to offer, from adrenaline-pumping activities to relaxed birdwatching. It's also a treasure trove of history for those who want to lose themselves in time on their Costa de la Luz holidays.