Popular Lettings in Costa de la luz
Highlights in Costa de la luz
- Unique Beaches
- White Villages
- Water Activities
- Natural Landscapes
- Fish and Seafood Dishes
Most popular in Costa de la luz
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals on the Costa de la Luz
Would you like to spend your next holidays enjoying the wonderful beaches of the Costa de la Luz? On Holidu we have a wide variety of holiday rentals adapted to all budgets and for all tastes. Thousands of rentals for rent among private individuals on the Costa de la Luz located especially in the areas of Isla Cristina, Punta Umbria, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Conil and Zahara de los Atunes. From those with a more traditional style with the architectural elements of the area to more modern ones located on the first line of the beach, in residential complexes with gardens and swimming pools. And many also with terrace, from where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Atlantic. With capacity for couples as well as for families and groups of friends. Are you planning to arrive at your destination by car? Don't worry, as most of the rentals on the Costa de la Luz have parking?Magnificent detached villas on the coast and houses inland
You will also find numerous houses and villas on the Costa de la Luz to choose from. The villas are mainly located in the towns of Punta Umbria, Isla Cristina, Islantilla, El Rompido, Zahara de los Atunes, Barbate, Sanlucar de Barrameda and Conil de la Frontera. Charming coastal locations, equipped with all kinds of services. The northern ones are the most touristic and residential. With a very modern style and most of them located in urbanizations of familiar atmosphere with landscaped zones and swimming pool, to few metres of the beach. But if what you are looking for is an inland holiday rental that allows you to enjoy contact with nature and active tourism activities, on Holidu we also have numerous houses on the Costa de la Luz, in the vicinity of the Doñana National Park and the Alcornocales Natural Park.Why book a letting on the Costa de la Luz?
The Costa de la Luz comprises a large part of the provinces of Cadiz and Huelva. A region with an enormous ecological value that is also home to one of the most interesting historical sites in the country. A unique mosaic of white villages, lighthouses, mills, marshes, beaches, cliffs and vestiges of other times. If you decide to rent a letting on the Costa de la Luz, you will be able to enjoy numerous beaches of very fine golden sand, free of the agglomerations that characterize other areas. Locations such as Islantilla, Rota or Barbate have cheap beachfront rentals for a unique holiday. But the Costa de la Luz is much more than just a beach. A few kilometres from the waters of the Atlantic Ocean are hidden natural spots such as the Parque de Doñana, a privileged environment that gives the opportunity to enjoy small houses in which the essence of nature of this area of Andalusia shines in a very special way. In addition, there is a wide range of leisure activities and an exquisite cuisine where the main ingredients are the fish and the dock freshly brought from the market.
Holidays on the Costa de la Luz
The area and how to find your way around
The Costa de la Luz comprises the waters that bathe the provinces of Cadiz and Huelva, so it stretches for many miles reaching the border with Portugal. The whole coastline is dotted with small and paradisiacal towns such as Isla Canela, Mazagon or Conil de la Frontera, so you can enjoy here an unforgettable trip with the holiday rentals. Jerez de la Frontera Airport is the one that allows the quickest access to the beaches of the Costa de la Luz. However, the bus and train connections with the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz also make it easy to reach them from other cities such as Seville or Malaga.The best areas to rent a letting on the Costa de la Luz
There are many interesting areas to rent a letting on the Costa de la Luz for a weekend getaway. It all depends on the type of holiday you want to enjoy.To practice water sports
If water sports are your thing, it's best to book a holiday rental at Tarifa, which also has many natural and monumental attractions in the areaFor families with children
If you are travelling with your family and you want to relax, our recommendation is that you rent a chalet in Chipiona, one of the most charming destinations in the region. Located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir and with spectacular sunsets. Conil is also a good destination for families, as it is a charming white village where you can breathe tranquillity and nature in every corner. Full of picturesque houses and equipped with all kinds of services. And to enjoy a holiday with children in a residential destination, the tourist centres of Punta Umbria, Isla Cristina and El Rompido are a magnificent option. With the addition of being located a few kilometres from the capital of Huelva.For cultural visits
If you are one of those travellers who enjoy cultural visits, the best option is to rent a letting in the centre of Cadiz, where you can visit the Cathedral of Santa Cruz and the Roman Theatre and enjoy wonderful beaches. However, El Puerto de Santa Maria is also an excellent destination to visit monuments and has a privileged location for excursions to other localities in the area.For those who want to have fun
If you are looking for a charming destination, choose Rota, synonymous with relaxation, leisure and fun.
Types of travellers and activities
The rentals close to the beach on the Costa de la Luz give the opportunity to experience to the full some sports that can hardly be enjoyed elsewhere. The weather conditions in the area make the beaches of towns such as Tarifa the destination of choice for many surfers or windsurfers, as the wind of the Strait of Gibraltar creates ideal conditions for the practice of both sports. In addition, diving is an activity that has become a major protagonist in areas such as the Bay of Cadiz and other nearby areas thanks to the richness of a unique seabed.The Costa de la Luz for golf fans
The Costa de la Luz has also dared to seduce golf lovers with a good number of first class courses including Club Campano, Costa Ballena Ocean Club and Club de Isla Canela. These courses have certifications to be used by all types of players, so they have the ideal environment to start in this sport or to improve skills in a quiet and beautiful area.The Costa de la Luz for those looking for unique beaches
The Costa de la Luz has quite unique beaches where the sand dunes and vegetation of the area create environments difficult to find anywhere else. The unspoilt beaches of Bologna, the Lances beach in Tarifa, the beautiful Caleta of Cadiz or the beach of the Germans in Zahara de los Atunes are places that should be visited for their natural charm. Beaches that, besides being ideal for bathing, are also ideal for the practice of a wide variety of nautical activities, such as underwater fishing. But the region also has a good number of hidden coves much less frequented and that will allow you to enjoy the sun and the sea surrounded by virgin natural places, far from urbanism. Which makes them ideal for those who want to disconnect completely. Some of the best are Roche, Aceite, Tito Juan, Varadero and Frailecillo.
Did you know that Tartessos, the oldest known European culture, settled in this area?
Top 5 Recommendations on the Costa de la Luz
The province of Cadiz hides an unusual place: Setenil de las Bodegas. This village, which is part of the "Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos" (Route of the White Villages), has taken advantage of the cliffs and rocky outcrops to create its buildings, so its urban landscape is worth a visit that will not disappoint anyone. Also, if you have time, don't forget to visit other charming villages such as Arcos de la Frontera, El Bosque or Bornos, surrounded by the spectacular landscapes of the Sierra de Grazalema.2. Visit the Cathedral of the Holy Cross
The cathedral of the city of Cadiz is one of those buildings that cannot be easily forgotten. Its beautiful and rich interior joins a completely white exterior topped by a golden dome, something that makes this cathedral a unique temple that can be seen from the beach itself.3. Disconnect everything in the most hidden coves
Far away from agglomerations and conventional tourist scenarios are the coves of the Costa de la Luz. Places such as the Melchor cove, the Dorada cove or the Oil cove are well worth a visit to discover unspoilt corners full of charm. It is true that access is not usually easy and that most of the time it is necessary to walk for a while, but you can be clear that the effort is worth it to be able to enjoy beaches of such beauty in an environment of complete calm.4. Travels to the past visiting its sites
Numerous cultures have passed through the Costa de la Luz, leaving remains that can be visited comfortably. The most important are the sites of Baelo Claudia, a Roman settlement of great importance in the past. The visit is completely free except for foreigners, who must pay the ticket to enter.5. Try their exquisite fish and seafood dishes
The Costa de la Luz has an impressive gastronomic wealth. The sea breeze makes enjoying your freshly caught fish and seafood dishes an experience for all the senses. Don't miss the opportunity to try the sole, the red mullet, the sea bass, the tuna, the mackerel, the razors, the fine clams, the chirlas, the coquinas and, of course, the very famous Huelva prawns. The fried fish deserves a special mention, where the pointillitas, chocos and boquerones stand out.