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SPAIN To find out more visit saga.co.uk/costa-de-la-luz Barceló Isla Canela Ayamonte Isla Canela Huelva Seville Moguer Doñana National Park El Rompido Hotel Fuerte El Rompido Faro Occidental Isla Cristina Isla Cristina Andalusia Arcos de la Frontera El Puerto de Santa Maria Chiclana de la Frontera Gibraltar Algeciras Atlantic Ocean Jerez Hotel Iberostar Royal Andalus Cádiz Novo Sancti Petri Cape Trafalgar Globales Reina Cristina Costa de la Luz Relax on the `coast of light'... discover sandy beaches and historic cities... explore wildlife havens and famous vineyards... Bay of Cádiz Baroque architecture and a history stretching back 3,000 years, Cádiz is one of Spain's brightest jewels and is in easy reach of Seville, the largest city in Andalusia. It's beautiful bay encompasses some of the areas most charming towns and villages including El Puerto de Santa Maria, famous for its sherry bodegas, whitewashed houses and lovely beaches. El Rompido Situated at the mouth of the Rio Piedras, the fishing village of El Rompido retains its traditional Andalusian charm and is one of the most tranquil and uncrowded areas of Costa de la Luz. Algeciras Situated on the Bay of Gibraltar, Algeciras is one of Europe's biggest ports, and has a long and turbulent history. From your base to the west of the city you are ideally placed to explore nearby Rhonda, Gibraltar and Cadiz. Isla Canela Isla Canela is separated from the mainland by a narrow canal. In the north there's the wildlife-rich Guadiana wetlands, and in the south the town of Isla Canela itself. Isla Cristina As one of the most important fishing ports in the province of Huelva, this former island has great beaches and is close to the marshlands of Marismas de Isla Cristina. Playa de la Barrosa Jerez bodega Doñana National Park Helpful Information The Costa de la Luz lies close to Portugal, making it easy to hop across the border to explore further. Flying time: 2 hours 40 minutes from Gatwick to Gibraltar. 2 hours 50 minutes from Gatwick to Faro. Time difference: GMT +1. Average high temperature °C Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 16 18 21 23 25 28 33 32 29 25 20 17 Figures based on Punta Umbria Why not try... Exploring Jerez de la Frontera. Although famed for flamenco, horses, and motorcycles, Jerez de la Frontera is perhaps most famous for sherry. Discovering historical Seville. Perhaps take a stroll around the cobbled streets of the old town, or visit the Alcazar, a former palace of the Moorish emirs. Bird-watching in Doñana National Park, a UNESCO biosphere reserve and one of Europe's best-known conservation area. 40