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Andalusia | The whitewashed house facades in the green hills of Andalusia form a characteristic picture of many towns. The most beautiful combine to form the so-called "Route of the White Towns".
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Coast of Andalusia | Regardless of what coastal section you decide on in Andalusia – the beach will only be a few metres away with these holiday homes.
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Pollença | Holidaymakers especially enjoy the beautiful beaches and colourful hustle and bustle on the promenade in the district of Port de Pollença, located by the sea.
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The sherry triangle
Costa de la Luz | The Costa de la Luz is not only renowned for its lovely beaches but is also is the home of sherry. Only the coastal wine growing areas in the town triangle between Jerez de la Frontera, Sancluar and El Puerto de Santa Maria are able to call themselves sherry. Jerez is regarded as the world capital for sherry production. The basis for this product with its characteristic aroma is the Palomino and Pedro grapes. The grapes are firstly dried under the sun after the harvest in September which increases the sugar level. After the pressing and fermentation the mash is enriched with brandy and then in the typical sherry solera system subsequently mixed and stored with older vintages. When you spend a vacation along the Costa de la Luz you must visit one of the wine growers and experience the unique process. Whilst there you can also directly buy from the producer a perfect vacation present for friends and family.
This is how holiday rental owners described Islantilla
The Costa de la Luz - Coast of Light, is an area of outstanding natural beauty with long and fine sandy beaches set in the shelter of pinewoods. The stunning sunsets stretch in an arc from Tarifa the southernmost point of mainland Spain near the Straits of Gibraltar, ...
show more to the northern town of Ayamonte on the Portuguese border. This Western Andalucia coastline is home to the Provinces of Huelva and Cadiz - the 'Gateway to America'.
The intensely bright light reflecting off the silvery Atlantic Ocean is what gives the Costa de la Luz - Coast of Light - its name. It is also the influence of the Atlantic Ocean tides that make the 128km stretch of sandy golden beaches different to the rest of Spain. Most are long, straight and unspoilt, and backed by low cliffs, dunes and pines.
The climate on the Costa de la Luz boasts over 3,200 hours of sunshine each year, and due to its location on the Atlantic Coast, the temperatures are slightly cooler than its neighbouring Mediterranean resorts, which can be a blessing in high summer.
The newly developed resort of Islantilla is the result of a philosophy combining relaxation with activity known as 'Active Leisure'.
Its location can be found between the tranquil resort of La antilla and the picturesque town of Isla Cristina. The charming town of Lepe is only 4km away. The natural beauty of Islantillas virgin beaches together with its famous 27-hole championship golf course dominates this resort.
The busy and nearby resort of Punta Umbria and the picturesque fishing village of El Rompido on the Piedras estuary, are only a short drive away and both well worth a visit.
The charming maritime town of Ayamonte, which stands high above the river Guadiana and positioned on the Spanish and Portuguese border is not to be missed, and becomes very popular with tourists during the summer months.
The historic walled city of Cadiz is approximately 2 hours away, and the world renowned treasures of Seville are not much more than a one hour drive. For nature lovers, the Aracena Mountain Range and the National Park at Donana, are also within easy reach.
Activities available at Islantilla include nature walks, horse riding, cycling, water sport activities, and of course, the golf.
Islantilla is the perfect choice to experience 'Active Leisure' and absorb the culture and hospitality that is on offer in the friendly café/bars, taverns and restaurants of this charming holiday resort.
Property no. 655093
from GBP 388for 1 week
Islantilla, Andalusia (Costa de la Luz)
Holiday home for max. 4 personsApprox. 90 m², 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, pets are allowed (max. 1), digital TV, Internet, WLAN, washing machine, dishwasher, non-smoking, sandy beach approx. 800 m, communal swimming pool, lake view