If you're searching for beach holiday that gives you a taste of traditional Spain Costa de la Luz is a great fit. The area is home to fishing villages and laid back resorts. You won't find crowds and high rises here. There are two airports that serve the area: Faro and Jerez giving you a wide pick of flights.
Golf enthusiasts should make a point of staying in the Isla Canela area. It's a small island connected to the mainland via a bridge. It has its own 18 hole golf course, a huge sandy beach and it's close to Donana National Park where you might spot some flamingos. If you're fascinated by the Ancient Romans then a visit to Baelo Claudia is in order. It was a Roman city where you can now walk among the remains of a temple, baths and aqueducts. At least 30 of the area's beaches have been given blue flag status, so you know there are plenty of opportunities to sunbathe and swim. If you want to try something different, why not learn how to sail at a local school? Tapas bars are popular everywhere in Spain, but the bars in Costa de la Luz are foodie heaven.