Costa de la Luz
The Costa de la Luz (coast of light) is a secret, known only to Spanish people who holiday there and the discerning foreign resident or visitor. Costa de la Luz is a striking contrast to the more commercialised Mediterranean coastline and is far less-developed than many other Costas. This dignified and undiscovered area is full of Roman remains, old Moorish settlements, beautiful scenery and fine beaches and is populated by charming Andalucian people who are proud of their superb food and fine wines. Although other Europeans have been coming in small numbers to the Costa de la Luz for a few years now, this diverse area has never been spoilt by mass tourism and is probably the best kept secret in Spain.
Buying Property in Costa De La Luz
Increasingly British buyers are looking beyond the traditional Costas like Costa del Sol and Costa Brava, very popular but can be expensive and occasionally overcrowded especially on the coast, and have started to turn to the less developed Costa de la Luz. As well as being an extremely desirable place to buy a property, whether for investment or personal use, Costa de la Luz offers excellent value compared to the rest of Spain and the UK, with property prices from €1,500 per square metre.
Travelling to Costa De La Luz
Spain’s tourist industry continues to thrive with tourists mainly travelling to Spain from France, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the UK. The area remains popular with many Spanish tourists from all over Spain. Meanwhile, the increase in cheap and affordable airline connections from many European cities to airports such as Jerez, Gibraltar, Seville, Malaga and Faro make travelling to Costa de la Luz much easier.