1.- The Costa de la luz is the southernmost coast of the Iberian Peninsula, which lets it have a pleasant climate, with more than 300 days of sun a year, hot temperatures in summer and mild temperatures in winter.
2.- Its natural areas: Parque Nacional de Doñana is the most important Biological Reserve in Spain, but also it is worth paying a visit to Bahía de Cádiz, la Flecha de El Rompido, las Marismas de Isla Cristina, el Acantilado and Marismas de Barbate.
3.- Its picturesque towns of Cadiz: Puerto de Santa Maria, Puerto Real, Barbate, Chiclana, Rota, Chipiona, Tarida and Conil, which feature white houses, tiles on the streets and stunning beaches.
4.- The picturesque towns of Huelva: El Portil, Ayamonte, El Rompido, Isla Canela, Punta del Moral, Huelva, Isla Cristina, Mazagón, Lepe, Cartaya, Urbasur, Islantilla, La Antilla, Punta Umbría and Matalascañas.
5.- Water sports: this is the ideal place for doing windsurfing, scuba diving and deep sea fishing.
6.- Cultural tourism: you cannot miss visiting the ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia, Cabo Trafalgar or the colombinos places like Palos de la Frontera, Moguer or Monasterio de La Rábida.
7.-Its spectacular large beaches, featuring fine golden sand and endless dunes.
8.- Its gastronomy, which is mainly based on seafood and fresh fish. It is mandatory to try the cazón en adobo, la caballa con piriñaca, la tortillita de camarones or la urta a la roteña.
9.- Its people, always friendly and smiling. It is said that Cádiz is “La Habana con más salero” (Cádiz has more charm).
10.- The light: It is no coincidence that this place is known as the Coast of Light, as light is visible during the whole day and in all the seasons of the year. Its reflection on the sea and the white streets will make you think you are in a movie.