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Andalucia

  • Costa de la Luz

    The Costa de la Luz (Coast of Light) is the Atlantic coastline in the south west of Spain. The area is known for its long, wide and unspoilt beaches, natural parks and fine cuisine. It covers the stretch of coastline from Tarifa (the southernmost point of the European mainland) in the province of Cádiz to the Guadiana River (the border with Portugal) in the province of Huelva.

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  • Gibraltar

    The Straits of Gibraltar is where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. Gibraltar has a huge amount of history and is therefore well worth a visit.

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  • National & Natural Parks in Andalucia

    There are two National Parks and four Natural Parks in Andalucia. National Parks are areas of ecological and cultural importance protected by the state for the enjoyment of the general public or for the preservation of wildlife. Natural Parks are protected by long term planning, use and agriculture. These valuable landscapes are preserved in their present state and promoted for tourism purposes.

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  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Andalucia

    A UNESCO World Heritage site is either a natural area such as forests, mountains, lakes or deserts or a man made monument, building or city. Andalucia has a number of historical sites protected by UNESCO and by other organisations. Some of them are truly breathtaking, from ancient Roman cities to stunning natural areas like the Doñana National Park. Here we take a look at some of the best known and the most popular.

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