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Costa de la Luz

Its location, the southernmost of the Iberian Peninsula, and its magnificent climate, have made it coveted for thousands of years by Tartessians, Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths and Arabs. Many are the attractions that occur in the 200 km. of the finest and golden sand of the peninsula.

Sanlúcar de Barrameda is located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir, a natural channel through which important cultures and civilizations that left indelible traces have passed. It has a privileged location in front of the Doñana National Park, the most important Biological Reserve of Spain, which makes it an ideal starting point for visitors who wish to access this natural area.

Horse races are held annually at its popular Bajo de Guía beach. Chipiona, Rota, Puerto de Santa Maria, Puerto Real, Chiclana, Conil, Barbate and Tarifa are the main centers, with extensive beaches, endowed with tourist infrastructure and clear waters.

Beaches ideal for Windsurfing; also underwater fishing enjoys many followers among the transparent waters of its many beaches: Los Lances, Bologna, Cabo de la Plata and Valdevaqueros.

National Parque Of Doñana

Within the Doñana Natural Area, the most important and protected area is the National Park. Already in time immemorial these lands were known for their natural wealth. Cazadero of the royalty and nobility, it is not until the decade of the 60 when after a series of scientific expeditions its protection is seriously considered. The National Park was created in 1969, and later expanded in 1978. Declared a World Heritage Site among many other recognitions, today it is considered an irreplaceable natural gem. More than 100,000 protected hectares make Doñana a key place for the survival of many species.

Beaches

The Costa de la Luz is made up of the Spanish coast of the Gulf of Cádiz. It is a region of the southwest of Andalusia that extends by the coastal zones of the provinces of Huelva and Cádiz, from the mouth of the Guadiana river to Tarifa. The beaches of the Costa de la Luz are usually formed by endless dunes formed by fine sands and native plants, sometimes escorted by pine forests. The predominant elements are the golden sand and a visible sun almost all the hours of the day, in all the seasons. The name is given by a very bright light that highlights the neatness of the streets, the whitewashed walls, the golden dunes and the reflection of the sea.

Chipiona

This seafaring village that saw Rocío Jurado born is located very close to the mouth of the Guadalquivir and Doñana. The monumental legacy of the town is a faithful reflection of its genuine historical evolution, going back to the Roman Empire. The castle (BIC) was built by Guzmán el Bueno and finished by the Ponce de León in the s. XIV. It is fully crenelated and has pointed windows and a square tower. Its most emblematic building is, without doubt, the Sanctuary of Regla, which exhales a neo-Gothic breath. Erected on an old fortress today belongs to the Franciscan order and houses the patron saint of Chipiona. Its imperial staircase leads to the Mudejar cloister of the 15th century, the vaulted cellars, the walls decorated with Triana tiles from 1640, the museum and the library.

Cádiz

Cádiz is a city with an important historical-artistic heritage, a legacy of each of the civilizations that settled there. It is possible to tour the history of the city visiting its main monuments and places of interest through different routes that run through the historic center, making a journey back in time from the Phoenician era to the Cadiz of 1812. All this complemented by the rich offer of Museums and Exhibitions and of an interesting network of Viewpoints that turn Cadiz into a cultural destination of the first order.

Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Currently, Sanlúcar is known for its gastronomy, mainly chamomile wine and prawns; for its music, in particular flamenco, and for summer tourism, especially for horse racing on the beach, declared of International Tourist Interest. Less known, but of great importance to historians, is the Archive of the Medina Sidonia House, located in the palace of the same name. Our Lady of Charity Crowned is patron of the city and perpetual mayor since 1917.

Seville

Seville is the capital of the Andalusia region, in the south of Spain. She is famous for her flamenco dance, particularly in her neighborhood of Triana. The main iconic sites include the ornate castle complex of the Alcázar, built during the Almohad Moorish empire, and the Plaza de los Toros de la Maestranza, from the 18th century. In the Gothic cathedral of Seville, there is the tomb of Christopher Columbus and a minaret transformed into a bell tower, the Giraldo. Most of the main monuments of Seville are located within the old pedestrian city. The medieval Jewish quarter of Santa Cruz has serpentine alleyways of cobblestones lined with orange trees. The Arsenal district has the Museum of Fine Arts, which exhibits masterpieces of the paintings of El Greco and Velázquez. To the southwest, in Los Remedios, the April Fair of Seville takes place, a festival in which people eat, drink sherry and dance flamenco, in colorful stands along the Guadalquivir River. The tapas bars usually offer the famous soup of the city, gazpacho.

Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera, commonly called Jerez, is a city in the region of Andalusia (southern Spain). Its historic center surrounds the Alcázar de Jerez, an Arab fortress of the 11th century. The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art is a prestigious equestrian school that organizes equestrian shows and has a museum of carriages. The city is also known for flamenco music and the making of sherry in the so-called Sherry triangle, which is located to the west.

Sport

The Costa de la Luz is an unbeatable place to practice outdoor sports activities. It has the necessary ingredients: good weather, crystal clear waters, many hours of light, large natural spaces and better beaches. To this we add windy coastal areas to practice sailing sports such as surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing and the result is the Costa de la Luz, its paradise for outdoor activities.

Golf

The Costa Ballena Ocean Golf Club course has 27 competition holes, 9 par 3 holes and the best practice area in Europe, according to the Swedish Professional Golfers Association (PGA). These are just some of the features that describe the field. The secret of its success lies in the perfect balance between leisure, training and sports. A magnificent design by Olazábal demanding with the lowest handicaps and benevolent for players of less level. It is a flat course, with some holes parallel to the beach, and others defended by strategically located bunkers and lakes.