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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.   
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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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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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