Grab a swimsuit and enjoy the water, sun and sand on the best beaches in Andalucia!
Costa de la Luz
Costa de la Luz, Coast of Light, is a sunny Andalusian coastline facing the Atlantic Ocean. It stretches for more than 200 km from Tarifa in the south along the coasts of the Province of Cadiz and the Province of Huelva, to the mouth of the Guadiana River. Nowadays, thanks to its amazing gold sand beaches, strong winds and high waves perfect for watersports lovers, and charming pueblos blancos, it’s a perfect destination for all kinds of travelers.
Best time to visit
Costa de la Luz has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. If really high temperatures, around 30°C, and crowds don’t bother you – visit during the high season from June to August. If you prefer quieter times and lower temperatures, around 15-20°C, choose any month in the lower season. Personally, we think Spring and Autumn are the best.
Not sure which white villages to visit in Andalusia, Spain? We’ve seen plenty of those and here is our subjective ranking.
Discover the best places near Cadiz for one-day trips. Everyone will find something interesting. Sunny beaches, ancient ruins, pueblos blancos and more.
What did garum, tuna migration, and Africa got to do with the rise and fall of this once important Roman city of Baelo Claudia located there?
Strong wind, long sandy beaches, sea on one side and ocean on the other. What would you need more to enjoy the European capital of wind?
The dark, mysterious woman, strong medieval walls, one always closed gate, white, thick windmills, and a colorful fountain with frogs!
One of the oldest cities in Europe that has seen a lot. And you can see a lot there too. Ready for an adventure in Cadiz, Spain? Let’s go then!