Costa de la Luz are a world away from its Costa cousins. Stretching from Ayamonte neighboring Portugal's Algarve, although exposed, the beaches are not as windswept as the Cadiz section of the coast.
The shoreline is punctuated by small fishing ports and modern resorts popular with mainly Spanish visitors. These resorts are separated by marshes and river estuaries, making travelling rather circuitous.
Staying in one of the beach resorts of Isla Canela, Islantilla or Isla Cristina you'll find yourself well placed for dozens of golf courses – some of them across the Guadiana River in Portugal. Or try out some of the Algarve's best beaches, visit Cadiz, Huelva or one of the innumerable peaceful whitewashed summit villages in the region
Here may be less golfing options, but the green fees are relatively reasonably priced in this southern region of Spain.
Since it is only forty-five minutes’ drive from Faro airport, the area is best accessed from Portugal.
Being close to the Algarve, you get the choice of even more championship courses, and a good selection of reasonably priced accommodation.
From here it is an easy day trip to the more popular courses nearby.
El Rompido North Course is a modern golf course blending into the beauty of its natural surrounding and that requires golfers to combine power and precision. Whilst it is still based around the ...
El Rompido South Course itself sprawls across an intriguing mix of parkland and marshland within the protected natural marsh area of Las Marismas (marshlands) del Rompido affording splendid views over the Atlantic Ocean. ...
Nuevo Portil Golf lies on 46 hectares of land across the Natural Park of Marismas del Piedras and Flecha del Rompido, this magnificent parkland golf course is characterized by wide fairways and fast, ...