The Costa de la Luz confounds preconceptions of a Spanish costa. Most of the coast is still undeveloped, and from the Straits of Gibraltar towards Portugal, lies mile after mile of beautiful, untamed sandy beaches.
The area is wonderfully hot – in the high thirties – in August, but warm enough to visit during the spring or autumn half-term. Its mixture of historic towns, peaceful resorts and those breathtaking beaches – all bathed in the extraordinary light that gave the coast its name (The Coast of Light) – makes for an outstanding holiday destination.
The resorts have great tapas bars and restaurants offering fantastic seafood. The local tipples of choice are cold glasses of fino (dry sherry) and tinto de verano - chilled Rioja and lemonade, served with ice.
El Portil and Neuvo Portil have truly the most stunning beaches. Pine trees and sand dunes surround the whole area. Along the coast road there are a number of restaurant overlooking these beaches. El Rompido which is situated about a 5 minutes drive along the coast is a pretty fishing village, offering a selection of beach side restaurants, anc tapas bars, which are open all year round. El Rompido also has a golf course and further along the road is a karting track and a water park.
The villa is spacious and has an enclosed courtyard suitable for alfresco dining and secure children`s play. The swimming pool, terrace and gardens provide a perfect environment for relaxing or entertaining. The villa has two floors, with the master bedroom en suite and a large private terrace overlooking the golf course. The kitchen is fully equipped and the lounge/dining room has an open fire place. This villa has basic satellite tv, air conditioning/heating a dvd player and cd player.