MumAbroad Costa de la Luz
The Costa de la Luz (Coast of Light) is the Atlantic part of the Andalusian region and includes the popular destinations of Tarifa, Cadiz and Huelva. Less inhabited by expats than the Costa del Sol, this area of Andalusia is a popular tourist destination for the Spanish. Cádiz and Jerez are the two main cities on the Costa de la Luz. Cadiz is surrounded by the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and Jerez, birthplace of Flamenco, is the main transport hub for western Andalucía, as well as the region’s economic centre. It offers a varied annual calendar of cultural events where typical features of Andalusian culture, such as horses, flamenco and wine, are in the limelight.