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Taste traditional Spanish life with a holiday to Costa de la Luz

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Take advantage of bargain hotels and discover the unspoilt corner of Spain with a holiday to Costa de la Luz. A world away from the rest of the Costas, holidays here guarantee a touch of authentic Andalusian charm and Spanish tradition, together with some of the Mediterranean’s most sensational beaches and cloudless blue skies.

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Great hotel deals in Costa Almeria, the sunniest resort in Southern Spain

Costa Almeria offers real value for money all year round. Great hotel deals are available on Quickrooms.com from 2015 through to 2016.

Costa Almeria stretches from Roquetas de Mar on the southern coast of Spain in the region of Andalusia to the border with Murcia, on the east coast of the country.  It is a region of huge contrasts, from wild, rocky seascapes to the only European desert. You will find little whitewashed villages clinging to the hill sides to wide open beaches with lots of space and wonderful clean seas. There are great Golf Courses, too with excellent facilities for the visitor.

In Roquetas de Mar there is a theatre, a bullring, a water fun park and an 18 hole golf course. Walking along the promenade, which is over ten kilometres long, there are bars and restaurants with a terrace at the beach side.

Almeria has great appeal, built at the foot of a mountain range, topped by the magnificent Alcazaba, an Arab fortress built by the Caliph of Cordoba.  Spend time within Almeria’s winding streets, visit its fine museums, and dining out on the local cuisine.

The Cabo de Gata is a protected natural area, offering great chances for bird watching, rambling and walking.  There are small villages with wonderful views, super beaches and a laid back life style. Maybe try Aqua Amarga, really stunning or Carboneras with sea front restaurants and a good beach.

Mojacar, stretching some distance along the coast,  is busy in the summer, perhaps the most popular holiday resort, in the area, with a hill top town well worth exploring, long sandy beaches with beach bars dotted around as well as a 4 star Parador hotel and lots of good quality hotel and self catering properties.  Here you will find the tourist pubs as well as food from every country!  Ideal for feeding a young family !
Not far away is Garrucha, a fishing port, with a busy fleet which supplies the local fish and sea food restaurants. Smaller than Mojacar, it is quieter and more compact.

You will find Vera town a little inland from it’s seaside area, Vera Playa. Vera has plenty of shopping opportunities as well as the main square for a coffee. But most visitors head for the beach, a long, clean and sandy stretch with lots of water sports, restaurants and cafes offering everything from fish and chips to Paella.

The coast line between Vera and the north is spectacular, with winding roads and great sea views, with little coves and small secluded sandy beaches tucked away between the rocky outcrops. If you are looking for a peaceful hideaway, this area is undisturbed by modern development.  San Juan de los Terreros is a small holiday village, popular with the Spanish holiday maker with small hotels and lots of self catering properties.  It has smaller but clean, beautiful sandy beaches. It is followed up the coast by Aguilas, which is bigger and offers more choice and variety. 

However, Costa Almeria is not all about the coast!  Car hire is easy and relatively inexpensive, so get out and about.  Try Sorbas with it’s village houses clinging onto the rock face, local potteries and a few nice restaurants around the main square.  A little further on you will find Tabernas, famous for being the centre of the only European desert as well as the location for the film set of the Clint Eastwood films A fistful of Dollars and it‘s sequels.

This is a many faceted area of Spain, not as busy as the Costa del Sol, with smaller, quieter more Spanish resorts, as well as the busy areas around the larger towns. Many resorts are ideal for children and families.  It offers superb weather, beautiful beaches, lots of accommodation to choose from and the chance of a really relaxing holiday!

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Costa Blanca offers hotel deals for 2012 through 2013 & cheap hotels in Benidorm

Big discounts are available on hotels throughout the Costa Blanca. Benidorm offers the best deals from self catering to all inclusive. Up to 44% off on Quickrooms.com   

Costa Blanca is on the eastern coast of Spain, from Torrevieja  in the south to just below Valencia in the north.  It includes the towns and cities of  Benidorm, Javea, Calpe, Denia, Alicante and many more. It has a wonderful warm sunny climate and caters for everyone, from the kids on the family holiday to the older generation looking for an all inclusive break in the sun. With good all year weather, it is an excellent choice for a winter break.

It is an area of many contrasts, from the beautiful, but busy, Mar Menor with it’s upmarket resorts such as La Manga offering all the luxury and style you can ask for, to the quiet fishing villages of the northern Costa Blanca.  All along the coast there are wonderful little towns and villages offering a view of real Spanish life as well as great beaches and wonderful scenery.  Then there are the very popular areas of Benidorm, where the holiday maker can find every level of accommodation, from five star to all inclusive as well as night life that really does go on all night. So you will be spoilt for choice, with excellent self catering properties, superb good value hotels and lots of active resorts as well as very quiet, laid back destinations.  Have a good look around and you will find just what you are looking for, be it a budget family break with the kids or a lively, out on the town clubbing vacation with your friends!

The Mar Menor has an inland sea, wonderful views and an upmarket, quality feel with good shopping and some top class hotels. Torrevieja is a well known holiday resort, offering every level of accommodation and price. The old town is great for a meal and an evening stroll.  The beaches are excellent, with lots of family facilities as well.

The main city on the Costa Blanca is Alicante with a good choice of quality hotels, a lovely harbour and lots of shopping chances!  It is a busy city, but there are little squares, particularly by the harbour for a quiet coffee or drink.

On up the coast you will find the area around Benidorm. If you want a little less frantic activity than Benidorm itself, consider Calpe, a beautiful, up market resort with easy access to all the fun, but not right on the doorstep!  Benidorm itself offers a great location for a family holiday as well as the well known nightlife.  Just choose the part of the town carefully and you can have everything a family based holiday needs and the prices are very competitive.  The main beaches are fabulous with lots of family and kids based activities as well as good watersports facilities. 

Further up the coast is the upmarket resort of Javea, the old town retains the atmosphere of a Spanish village and the Arenal beach is a horseshoe of white sands, backed by restaurants, cafes and bars.

Then the villages get more strung out along the coast, just the place to find a quiet cove, small hotel and local cuisine to try.  A world away from the hustle and bustle of Benidorm, the towns of Denia, Oliva and Gandia are very popular for a laid back holiday with a strong Spanish flavour.

One of Spain’s most famous Costas, the Costa Blanca is both everything you thought it was, sunny with long sandy beaches and great nightlife as well as many things you might not imagine, quiet sleepy villages, great local food and inexpensive family run hotels. Whichever aspect you explore, you will find a really warm friendly welcome, excellent value for money and the terrific sunshine !

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Costa Brava offers great hotel deals Summer 2012 to Summer 2013

Spain’s Costa Brava offers some fantastic holidays at discount prices. Holidays in these Catalan resorts are great value, so no need to wait for those last minute cancellations.

The Costa Brava is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Spain.  Situated on the coast of north east Spain, in Catalonia, it stretches from just below Blanes, which is about forty miles north of Barcelona right up to the French border.
In the 1950s the excellent sunny summer climate and super beaches led to the construction of holiday hotels and apartments, in areas such as Blanes, Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar.  Since then, the area has enjoyed great success in providing all the ingredients you could possibly need in a sunshine holiday break, great weather, easy access, good nightlife and superb beaches as well as a very wide range of accommodation and places to stay. 

The area offers a huge variety of destinations, ranging from the all inclusive, late night partying and generally busy, vibrant and exciting resorts such as Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar.  These offer busy nightlife, lots of discos, night clubs and bars/restaurants that are open till the early hours.  Along with the superb beaches to chill out during the day, these areas will suit the party minded! 

But its by no means all partying, take your time in choosing your resort in the Costa Brava, there are many much quieter places which are ideal for the family holiday or a romantic getaway for two.  Maybe the towns of Santa Susanna, Calella, Estartit or Malgrat would suit very well.

The style and choice of hotel or self catering accommodation is immense.  There are some excellent five star hotels with every possible luxury to small family run hotels in out of the way, Spanish towns for an experience of local life. There are excellent quality all inclusive deals on some hotels which offer superb value and an easy budget!  There are many styles of self catering properties and in most resorts, shopping is easy and close by, allowing you to have your own pace of life. 

Nearly all the resorts have long, sandy beaches, perfect for sunbathing, watersports including snorkelling, wind surfing, scuba diving and swimming. Many are fringed by beautiful wooded hills and these offer great opportunities for the walker, hiker, cyclist or horse rider. There are great Golf Courses, too with excellent facilities for the visitor.

But its not all sun, sea and hotel pools!  If you want to get out and about a little, particularly with the kids, visit Aquabrava which is one of the best water parks in the area with a huge range of slides, waterfalls, rapids and pools.

Barcelona is not too far from the southern resorts and is a great day trip with the fantastic Cathedral, Las Ramblas and great shopping

The medieval hill-top town of Begur is perfect for an evening spent in one of the excellent restaurants.  The narrow lanes and streets wind between the houses and all end up at the main square.  

Girona is great for a day out, there is the cathedral, lots of art galleries and museums and the interesting Jewish quarter with a maze of small streets.  

The Dali Theatre Museum in Figueres is a fascinating collection of some of Dali’s works, including a giant portrait of Mae West, a life-sized orchestra and much more.

There are over a hundred miles of coast line on the Costa Brava, with such a huge choice of resorts, accommodation and style of holiday or short break, you are certain to find just what you are looking for, the perfect sunshine getaway!

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Taste traditional Spanish life with a holiday to Costa de la Luz

Take advantage of bargain hotels and discover the unspoilt corner of Spain with a holiday to Costa de la Luz. A world away from the rest of the Costas, holidays here guarantee a touch of authentic Andalusian charm and Spanish tradition, together with some of the Mediterranean’s most sensational beaches and cloudless blue skies.

Whether you’re anticipating a well deserved late break or a last minute escape, Costa de la Luz will not let you down. Situated on the Southern coast of Spain, the magnificent coastline of Costa De la Luz stretches from Tarifa to the border with Portugal. Holidays here enjoy a notably Andalusian atmosphere with fascinating flamencos, carnivals and fiestas that take place throughout the year.

The beaches in Costa de la Luz have successfully managed to remain undeveloped and overcrowded, making them ideal for relaxing in the warm Spanish sun. Huge unspoilt stretches of sand, soft dunes and secluded coves can be found nestled between rolling hills and small town resorts that boast the remains of historical pasts. Whilst many of the Costa resorts are famed for their all night British bars, commercial beaches and trendy marinas, holidays to Costa De la Luz promise something slightly different, inviting you to experience the excitement and enchantment of traditional Spanish life.

Holidays to Costa de la Luz offer a variety of activities to interrupt the monotony of basking beneath the sun. A vast number of world class golf courses in picturesque settings, together with water-sports, fishing, biking and gliding, make it an ideal destination for sports enthusiasts.


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Great hotel deals in the Costa del Sol which offers Marbs and so much more. Prices now live from 2012 to 2013

Marbella and Puerto Banus are the best known resorts, but we have great hotel offers all over the Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is probably the best known of the sunny Spanish Costas and with very good reason. From superb, clean and safe beaches to the historical towns in the mountains to the very lively nightlife, this area of southern Spain has it all. There are over 300 days of sun on the coast, with lovely warm temperatures, making it an ideal destination for the holiday maker. Also a great destination out of season, it offers super long term breaks in the sun to escape the winter weather!   Sports minded visitors will find excellent water sports, including swimming, canoeing, sailing and scuba-diving and the area has some of the world’s best golf facilities as well. Many courses are on mountains and hill tops with magnificent views of the area and the sea.

The western Costa de Sol stretches from Malaga to Gibraltar, and includes all the larger resorts such as Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Benalmadena as well as Malaga and Marbella.  Malaga city offers many museums, the major one being the Picasso Museum as well as great restaurants and tapas bars.  Looking for some fun in the clubs and bars? Head for Marbella and Puerto Banus where there is plenty of choice, from stylish upmarket clubs to fun discos.  Or drop into a bar and watch the beautiful people drift by!

If you want a family holiday based around the beach and the warm sea, there are many resorts and beaches on the coast, including little coves tucked away to the long sandy stretches where the famous come to top up their tans! There is a huge choice of accommodation from five star luxury to local family owned hotels. Great opportunities to stay on a golf course if you want, or go self catering with the family and do your own thing. Or look for a good hotel with an all inclusive offering, great value. You will find the perfect place for every budget and style of holiday. 

There are many stunning national parks around Malaga, many an easy drive away. They offer hiking, walking, golf, four-wheel-driving, horse riding and many other outdoors activity…it’s not all sea and sand!

Or get away from the coast and visit Ronda, with it’s deep ravine, famous bull ring and superb restaurants and cafes tucked away in the narrow streets. It is also a great place to stay, with some excellent hotels and is only half an hour or so from the coast.

The eastern part of the Costa del Sol is less developed and it‘s main town is Nerja, a great place for a quieter stay with good hotels, lovely beaches and lots of restaurants as well as a friendly local feel to the area. 

You will find there is every conceivable cuisine on offer, in beach bars, little pavement cafes and world class restaurants - from Spanish and Andalusian to Italian, Indian, Chinese, British and German plus lots more, one thing is certain, you will not go hungry!

The Costa del Sol offers a myriad of different holidays, have a look around, find the perfect location and accommodation, then you will have a holiday to really remember!

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Costa Dorada offers hotel deals for 2012 through 2013 and cheap hotels in Salou

Salou is the main resort in the Costa Dorada and offers great holiday deals throughout the summer 

Dorada -  gold, is the perfect name for this Spanish Costa. It is a favourite holiday destination, with it’s offerings of sunny weather, long golden sands, sparkling sea and warm friendly hospitality.  The Costa Dorada starts just beneath Barcelona and stretches to Tarragona. It is a different coast line to the Costa Brava in the north, less rocky and blessed with many miles of superb flat golden beaches with clean fine sand, lapped by warm blue sea.  Here you can find the perfect holiday, enjoy an exhilarating nightlife, take pleasure in wonderful panoramic views as well as finding little villages tucked away plus the great national parks, with the best of natural history.

The Costa Dorada offers a number of well developed beach resorts, from Cunit to Mont-roig you will find the most beautiful, ideal for the family, long stretches of safe, clean beach, with lots of facilities from beach bars to ice cream sellers! The Ebro delta again has wide beaches and fine sand - ideal for the family holiday. 
Salou town is six miles west of Tarragona and fifty miles from Barcelona and has all the amenities you could want for a seaside holiday as well as being a great base for exploring the surrounding area.  Many towns are built around their castle, still watching out across the sea for pirates, blending the old and the new as well as providing every service the visitor could want.

Nestling in the valleys of the mountains set back from the coast are picturesque, quiet towns and flourishing farmlands with almond trees, olives, vegetables and vineyards, where some of the Spanish red wines are produced.  Venture inland a little and explore the interesting towns and villages of Reus, Valls, Montblanc or Tortosa, and don‘t miss the fantastic monasteries of Scala Dei, Santes Creus and Poble.  The area around Prades and Siurana have great views and a beautiful location. 

Or take a day out from the sun bed and go and see Barcelona, great shopping, wonderful food and drink, the sea of course plus Las Ramblas, stroll along and marvel at the human sculptures, musicians and street sellers. Go and see the unbelievable unfinished cathedral and see Gaudi’s fantastic houses and park.
Maybe visit Tarragona, a historic city where you can follow the history of the of Roman occupation in Catalonia. It was the Roman capital of the entire Iberian peninsula and Julius Caesar, Augustus, Pompey and Hannibal were all visitors.  There is the Roman Amphitheatre to see and you should also visit the cathedral. 

Looking for family activities? The Aqualeon Aquapark offers amazing shows with birds, marine animals, birds of prey and reptiles. The water park has impressive slides, pool with giant waves, river rapids and children's pool. Add in the zoo and lots of cafes, restaurants and shops to make it a great family day out.  Or try Universal Mediterranea with it’s theme park, aquatic park, Hotels and the  Port Aventura with five themed areas with lots of rides, shows and much more, a great day out for all the family.

A great destination for all the family, for top class hotels, budget breaks and super beaches with lots to do, this really is the Golden Costa !

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Jerez de la Frontera is an exciting Spanish city on the Costa de la Luz.  It is close to both the mountains and the sea, offering a great opportunity to explore the local area, enjoy the sights and cuisine of the city as well as catching some sunshine on the beach.   Jerez is the largest municipality in the province, and its lands are a fertile zone for farming. There are many cattle ranches and horse-breeding stables plus, of course, the wine industry.  The economy of Jerez has been centred on the wine industry, with exports of sherry going to all parts of the world. 

Jerez has many beautiful hotels which will provide all you could want.  They range from real luxury hotels set in stunning, historical surroundings to more basic family run hostals or guest houses for a budget stay.  Or perhaps rent an apartment and have all the freedom you could want?

So, having checked in and dropped your bags, what to see? 

The town dates back to Moorish times so start with the old town, with beautiful palm lined squares. The Alcazaba, Moorish fortress is fascinating and of interest is the church, built by the Arabs as a mosque. Next to see is the Cathedral del Salvador,  the Sacristy has a beautiful painting by Zurbarán, The Sleeping Girl. Jerez has an aristocratic air with wide streets, squares and in the spring, magnificent rows of jacaranda trees. 

You must visit a Bodega, the sherry production houses are in the centre of the town and are associated with aristocratic pride even to this day.
You can take guided tours of the many Jerez bodegas, such as Gonzalez Byass, Pedro Domecq and Sandeman. Fortunately the tours are followed by sampling of the different types of wine produced !

In the Plaza de San Juan you will find the Andalucian Flamenco Foundation housed in a beautiful eighteenth century mansion, the Palacio de Pemartín. Here you can learn about this Andalucian dance and visit the museum with audiovisual presentations. If you are inspired to see the real thing, Flamenco can be seen at Bar Arco de Santiago, or La Taberna Flamenca or watch for the local adverts. 

The horses of Jerez are world famous, the Real Escuela de Arte Equestre is housed in a magnificent 19th century mansion designed by Garnier, the architect of the Paris Opera.  Training sessions can be watched and there is a tour of the stables available as well. The famous Equestrian Ballet also takes place once a week. 

Parque Zoologico has some relaxing botanical gardens and a park in addition to the zoo, which is always popular.

Having worn yourselves out with sightseeing, horses and sherry, maybe time to sample the famous cuisine? Try the shellfish and fish from the coast, meat and game from the hills, with salads and traditional stews - all are dishes to be found in most restaurants and bars.  The restaurants in Jerez are of very high standard, offering traditional Jerez cuisine of excellent quality.  The main restaurant area is along the Calle Constitorio and Plaza Vargas.
Part of any Spanish experience is the tapas bar. There is a huge choice of tapas bars in Jerez and the local fino sherry is the best accompaniment to your traditional tapa. 

If you fancy a day away, the wonderful coastline of the Costa de la Luz is close by with great opportunities for windsurfing, swimming and watersports as well as long unspoiled beaches. Or visit the Donana national park and enjoy the walking, natural animal habitats and great views over the sea and mountains.  All of these are less than an hour away.

If it’s golf you are seeking, there is a wide choice of good quality courses all in easy reach of Jerez. 

Jerez is a fascinating Spanish city with so many opportunities to explore the different areas as well as having great squares, parks and open areas to enjoy and watch the world go by.  It is close to wonderful scenery and great beaches so catch a flight and enjoy!

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Seville, the city of tapas, flamenco and sherry is a well known destination in Spain, it‘s Moorish influence is evident, the area was occupied by the Moors for about 800 years and it is a fascinating city to visit. It can be very hot in high summer, but warm and inviting out of season.  It has a fabulously varied history, and is even the birth place of two Roman Emperors, Trajan and Hadrian.

Seville was the home of famous figures of history, Don Juan started his amorous journeys from here and Columbus sailed from a port close to Seville to discover a new world. Carmen was a worker in Seville's old tobacco factory which is now part of the University.

Seville is perfect for discovering the cuisine and wines of Andalucia. The city itself is often thought to be the best place in Spain for tapas.  You can try Sevillian ham, fried fish, olives and many more and drink sherry or sangria.
Barrio de Santa Cruz is a traditional part of the city with many bars offering tapas and regional wines. Around Iglesia del Salvador and in the area of Alfalfa you will find busy local bars.  In the Park of Maria Luisa are summer terraces, some of them in the pavilions of the Exposition of 1929, where they play dance music.  Along the river there are many fashionable restaurants, many in the open with a great atmosphere for a beautiful dinner. There are many local dishes, maybe try the Gazpacho, a cold soup of tomato, cucumber, paprika, garlic and olive-oil - Pescaito frito, fish fried in olive-oil - Huevos a la Flamenca, a fried egg in a sauce of tomato and chorizo - Cocido Andaluz, made of chick-peas and different vegetables or perhaps Rabo de Toro, a stew of bull's tail.

Many say the best drink with food in Seville is sherry, there are many different blends and flavours, from heavy dark wine to bright, almost clear and very dry drinks.

So when you have eaten and drunk your fill, what to see? The quickest, easiest and most comfortable way to explore Seville is the open topped bus. See the major sights aboard and hop on and hop off all around the city just as you please. Excellent value and easy to use.  Or get out on the river and  discover both sides of the Guadalquivir river, monuments such as the Tower of Gold - Torre del Oro, Maestranza Bullring and Triana Bridge. Walk along the river and visit the exterior of the Bullring and the Triana area of the city.  On a warm night, go to the outdoor bar on top of Hotel Doña Maria and be rewarded with a view of the Cathedral and all the lights. Those lucky enough to have the budget to stay at the hotel can take a dip in the pool and wonder over the astonishing size of the Cathedral.  Take a walk and see the Plaza de España at night, where the fountain and building are lit up, take your camera!  
Do try and see the Roman ruins just outside of Seville, where much of the original building is preserved. The city was also the home of emperors Trajan and Hadrian. The best mosaics have been moved to the Museum of Archaeology in the city. 

Seville is an ideal starting point for day trips to discover the surrounding areas of Andalusia including the Alhambra in Granada, Cordoba's Great Mosque or Jerez de la Frontera, the centre of sherry and horses. 

Seville offers excellent golf at competitive prices compared to those on the Costas so do try one or more of the three golf courses, all within close proximity of each other.

Seville is a city like no other, vibrant and exciting, but easy to navigate and explore what you want to. With food and drink at the top of it’s list of attractions, it’s a must see part of Spain. 

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The Spanish Coast offers something for every type of holiday adventure

Offering so much to see and do, coastal resorts offer hotels from which you can explore inland villages and traditional towns to vibrant Spanish cities. Sun-kissed and dry with glittering blue seas and golden beaches; Spain has long been a legendary holiday destination. Whether you’re looking for a late break in a relaxing resort, fun-filled adventure in a lively Spanish town or a family holiday with something for everyone; QuickRooms.com can find you the perfect place to stay.

From bustling beach resorts to quaint coastal towns, the Spanish Coast can satisfy every holiday pleasure. Enjoy the golden beaches of Costa Blanca, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Costa Del Sol or the lively bars and nightlife of Costa Brava.

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Tarifa boasts ten kilometres of white sandy beaches, wonderful unspoilt countryside and some of the best windsurfing conditions in Europe.  This has made Tarifa a great destination for an active, watersports based holiday.  It’s only eleven kilometres across the Straits of Gibraltar to Africa! Enjoy the spectacular views of the mountains across the water.  This wild coastline attracts surfers and nature-lovers and is famous for the birdwatching and the many opportunities to explore the countryside as well as the prospects for horse-riding, hang-gliding, kite-surfing, rock-climbing and diving to just name a few.   

The narrow cobbled streets, tumbling jasmine and beautiful wrought-iron work make Tarifa old town a fascinating place for a stroll. Look out for Jerez Gate, constructed in the 8th Century and the Church of San Mateo in the centre. The Arab Castle of Guzman the Bueno was built in 960 AD and has a Roman influence with irregular oblong architecture.  The municipal museum is also well worth a visit as are the Miramar Gardens which allow an excellent view of the shores of Morocco. 
La Alameda is an Andalucian paved garden just right for a quiet stroll or a break sitting on the wrought iron benches in the shade of the palm trees.
There are plenty of little tapas bars in the old town and by Jerez Gate are the main surf shops and cool clothes shops. 

There is an excellent choice of hotels in Tarifa, from affordable, friendly hostels to modern boutique hotels. Many of Tarifa’s hotels are just outside town, along the long beach to the north-west.  Many have gardens with outdoor bars, beach clubs or chiringuitos which are lively all day and night.  The Hurricane hotel is the smartest, with a beautiful garden and swimming pool and a good quality restaurant.
Tarifa has many self-catering options in the town and the surrounding area. The hills around the town have secluded rental houses, with views across the Straits of Gibraltar to Morocco.

Onto the beaches, Playa de los Lances is a white sandy heaven for which Tarifa is famous. Just north of the town is a small beach with pines behind it which are a Natural Area. Playa Chica is a very popular small family beach.  Playa de Valdevaqueros runs from Torre de la Peña to the huge dunes at the headland. 
All of them have great facilities for watersports of all sorts, the well known wind makes this a surfers and wind surfers paradise, with opportunities for all skill levels as well as good facilities for equipment hire and rental.

Tarifa's successful nightlife makes a super way to spend the evening after a day at the beach! There are many bars and restaurants offering everything from a beer and a tapa to an internationally based menu.  You will not be short of eating options at any time of the day or night!

If you can tear yourselves away from the beaches and the water, the ferry to Morocco takes less than an hour and lets you experience the Moorish influences at first hand. Or visit Gibraltar, about an hour away and offering the best of British on the Mediterranean! 

Tarifa is well placed in between some of Spain’s best golf courses. The sunny weather is ideal at any time of the year and offers excellent golf holidays in the sun. You can decide on courses along the Mediterranean or the Atlantic coast. None are more than half an hour to an hour away. 

World famous for the water sports facilities and the best wind surfing around the area, Tarifa is also a great destination for exploring the nature reserve close by, walking, bike riding and much much more.  Looking for an active, sports based holiday in the sun?  You have just found it in Tarifa!

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