Treasuring the Gem of Costa de la Luz

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Ever wondered, why the streets of Madrid are vacant in the month of July, is it a just a coincidence or there is some reason behind it? Here we are to unveil the secret, the locals seek refuge in their spiritual home i.e. the Costa de la Luz, because they are in the know and you aren’t.

VEJER DE LA FRONTERA PROVINCE OF CADIZ SPAIN-DECEMBER 17 2013: Vejer de la Frontera seafront. It is spanish hilltop town. True gem on the Costa de la Luz on 17 december 2013 ** Note: Visible grain at 100%, best at smaller sizes

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Caught in a tug of war between Popular Algarve (Portugal) and Costa de Sol (Spain), the Costa de la Luz is one of the best kept secrets of the mainland. Escape here in summers and you will find that the roads are packed with, their cars loaded with beddings and all the essentials of their annual pilgrim on this serendipitous coast.

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The better option is to drive by in the month of the September and you will get soothingly warm weather and just a few intrepid travelers satisfying their wanderlust on the ethereal coast.

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Most people come here endeavoring for Tarifa, a sleepy surf town with a marvelous Sandy beach worshipped by kite surfers. But move ahead along the coast beyond huge wind turbines and abandoned fields (shrouded up with sunflowers during the summers) and you will be rewarded with Zahara de los Atunes, a little wind-struck town named after its previous occupation as a tuna-fishing-town. Zahara’s delicate, powdery beaches are perfect for nothing- to-do holidays.

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There are just enough people in September to make you realize that you aren’t dreaming and this isn’t any Ghost town. Meander on the pristine sands, and stay until the town’s eateries starts to get crowded.

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Walk west past the Zahara and you will end up in Atlanterra, an impressive newcomer on Spanish Tourism scene, what was considered a barren stretch of coast. The main highlight of this place is its rich collection of chiringuitos (open air beach cafes.

Aren’t you bored of touching elbows with half of the Europe in summers, try rejoicing in this nature’s retreat where you can have beaches all to yourself.

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