Cadiz is the southernmost province of Andalucia, situated almost completely at the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. The co-called "Costa de la Luz" (Light Coast) is famous for its special light, magnificent fine sand beaches, dunes and natural environments.
The province of Cadiz is famous for its Sherry wines, great gastronomy with exquisite fish and seafood, its horses, Flamenco and the famous carnivals of Cadiz, along with White villages, beautiful cities like Jerez, the ancient port town of Cadiz and amazing natural spaces like the mountain range of Grazalema or the natural Park of the Cork oak groves.
The province enjoys throughout the year a mild climate which favors the practice of an ample variety of activities and sports such as sailing, hiking or horse riding and of course windsurf. Furthermore, the province of Cadiz features some of the best Golf courses in Europe, such as the Valderrama Golf Club.
The transition of different cultures along the ancient history of this province has left its mark. More than 30 castles and walled enclosures can be found throughout the province, some of them in good condition.
Visitors can also enjoy an exciting tour of the six natural parks that are situated in this province.
Without a doubt, one of the main natural resources of the province are the beaches of fine white sand and clear waters.
In its 260 kilometres of coastline you can find unspoiled beaches, urban beaches equipped with infrastructure, small coves or several kilometres long beaches, family beaches and secluded beaches; with calm waters, or swept by strong winds, ideal for windsurfing.