The 'Coast of Light' is situated on the western edge of Andalucia and is home to finer and more golden sands than the Costa del Sol to the east. The area is far less developed than its neighbour with expansive shores, and collections of sand dunes and pine trees making for a picturesque, tranquil atmosphere. There are a number of coastal towns to explore, including Conil, Roche and El Palmar, all offering fabulous, fresh seafood. Inland uncover pretty whitewash villages and the fantastic countryside, home to pastures of fighting bulls and world-renowned vineyards. Other attractions to explore include the Doñana National Park, where endangered species such as the Spanish Imperial Eagle and Iberian Lynx can be sighted on occasion. Whilst the sprawling wetlands and the mouths of the Odiel and Tinto rivers are home to migratory birds including flamingos and storks. The properties CV Travel feature in this area are simpler in nature when compared with some of the other properties in the brochure. They have all been selected for their location and proximity to the beaches of Costa de la Luz. This area of Spain continues to be a relatively undiscovered secret and our properties here give you the opportunity to discover the heart of this wonderful region. A holiday in the Costa de la Luz is an opportunity to enjoy some of ‘real’ Spain, its wonderful culture, interesting history and charismatic people.