Costa de la Luz

The Costa de la Luz, 'Coast of Light', is an uncrowded area in the western part of Andalucía that offers a true insight to the real Spain. This part of the coast has not seen the high-rise hotel development of other areas of mainland Spain. It has managed to maintain its rural charm whilst offering modern amenities, excellent road links and a solid infrastructure.

The home is situated in Huelva Province which stretches East from the Portuguese border to the Doñana National Park & the River Río Guadalquivir and North to the Sierra de Aracena.

The coastline of Huelva Province is arguably the most unspoiled in all of Spain. With 120km of golden sandy beaches, the region's close connections to Christopher Columbus, a variety of activities and golf courses for all levels of players, this region provides a holiday destination to suit everyone.

The typical beaches are expansive and often backed by sand dunes and pine trees. The sand is finer and a more golden colour than the neighbouring beaches on the Costa del Sol.

Although Huelva is experiencing growth in tourism, preservation of the environment remains a top priority, with one third of the province being protected nature reserves.

With an average of 320 days sunshine per year this area is perfect for visiting at any time.