Costa Luz Holiday Villas. Serving this area for 12 years. Many carefully selected homes to choose from.
The Costa de la Luz confounds preconceptions of a Spanish costa.
First, most of the coast is still undeveloped. Extending from the Straits of Gibraltar up towards Portugal lies mile after mile of awesome, untamed sandy beaches, as memorable as any in southern Europe; few spots have sun beds, let alone high-rise hotels.
Secondly, the Coast of Light (as it translates) is uncompromisingly Hispanic. The vast majority of holidaymakers are Spaniards: in July and August, families emigrate en masse from Madrid and Seville to their seaside apartments and villas here, and students hole up in the campsites behind the beaches.
Few people speak much English, there are hardly any British tourists - Germans provide a more significant foreign presence - and no tacky anglicised cafés.
Instead, the resorts are packed with tapas bars and restaurants offering fantastic seafood, and, rather than pints of lager, the tipples of choice are cold glasses of fino (dry sherry) and tinto de verano - chilled Rioja and lemonade, served with ice. This is a part of Spain where the siesta is rigorously adhered to, and everyone - whether aged one or 81 - stays up until late; dinner is never before 10pm (and lunch not earlier than 3pm).
Sort out your accomodation now for this fantastic event. Call Karen +34 634 336 788 Skype +44 01865 522 809