Cadiz - Costa de la Luz

The oldest city in Western

Description:

The province of Cadiz is the southernmost of the Iberian Peninsula . It has a perimeter of 586 Km, 260 of which are coastline. It has a surface area of 7,385 Km, divided up into 44 municipal areas. Its population totals just over one million, with the density being just over the national average.

Is an exceptional and unique area, whose qualities will delight those people seeking tourism that reflects true cultural, festive and ecological values, together with the authentic and essentially Andalusian customs and monuments.

The province boosts a wide variety of natural spaces of great diversity and exceptional ecological value without doubt is one of the province's principal natural resources. These natural surroundings have been respected and preserved and include areas of marshland, threatened types of fauna and coastal sectors with a wide range of beaches, with fine sand and transparent water that are still untouched.

Unspoilt, isolated beaches, others located in towns with many facilities, small coves or large expanses of open sand stretching along several kilometres; family beaches or less crowded ones; areas of calm sea or others swept by high winds, that are ideal for windsurfing, kite surfing..etc.

Thanks to its climate and natural conditions, this province is ideal for sport lovers. Along the 260 km of coastline: sailing, with important regattas organised throughout the year, particularly in the Bay of Cadiz , where the capital hosted the 2000 Tall Ships Race.

Tarifa and its beaches are considered by the experts to be the best place to windsurf in Europe . It is also the ideal spot for Scuba diving, swimming, fishing, sea kayakingjet skiing or kite surfing.

This place is unique and exceptional, come and join us!

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