Feel the passionate culture
Alternatively, if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the cities and want to relax in the comfort of a beach resort, then Islantilla, Novo Sancti Petri and Chipiona will provide idyllic bases for you, where the Sierra Moreno Mountains will be your backdrop. Couples will love the upmarket accommodation here, where the hotels usually offer a half board stay. You can also visit the Andalucian heartland of Seville, famous for its orange groves, where you can see some fascinating architecture including a sublime Gothic cathedral.
It’s the home of ‘Flamenco’ and is a place that is very iconic of Spain’s traditions. If further proof was needed, it is also home to the Sevilla – Real Betis football derby, which is one of the most keenly fought derby battles in world football. Embracing the local culture is very much part of Costa de la Luz holidays – speaking the local lingo might be the only way of being understood in some of the more remote villages here, so be prepared to be adventurous!
Whether you are enjoying the beach life, wandering the markets, or sampling the delights of the traditional tapas food at a local bar, it is hard to escape the full blooded, passionate omnipresent aura that makes this breathtaking area so special. If you did fancy a change of culture and scenery, then why not head to Morocco for the day? A short ferry crossing from Tarifa to Tangiers will allow you to experience yet another perspective when you spend your holidays here.
So if you fancy trying somewhere different this year away from the identikit beach resorts, which has somewhat of a more soulful culture and plenty of character, then the Costa de la Luz could be just right for you – I’m sure your bags are already packed! Book late deals to the Costa de la Luz online here at Latedeals.co.uk
Places to Visit
The Rock of Gibraltar
Arguably the most famous rock in the world, Gibraltar is located at the southern tip of Spain yet belongs to the United Kingdom. It sits where the Mediterranean Sea greets the mighty Atlantic Ocean and its spectacular form makes it easy to see why us British wanted it as a strategic look out point in years gone by.
Take a ferry over to Tangiers to sample the African delights of Morocco. Scented souks offer a transition into another world where the sights, sounds and smells of everyday Moroccan life will leave you with wonderful memories.
Head inland to Spain’s fourth largest city and witness the breathtaking architecture first hand. Ornate and elaborate Palaces and Cathedrals compete with the stunning and very modern Metropol Parasol for your undivided attention.