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martes, septiembre 02, 2008

Spain. Best beaches: Costa de la Luz

Ensenada de Bolonia Why go? You can see Morocco on a clear day from this beach of fine, pale sand, flanked by dunes and pine forests. Strong winds combined with quite small waves make this part of the coast ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Bolonia is, however, more sheltered than the stretch farther south towards Tarifa, making it more suitable for sunbathing too. Who goes? The campervan brigade in all their surfy grooviness, plus sunworshipping archaeologists and nudists. Los Caños de Meca Why go? For the dramatic 100ft sheer backdrop of white cliffs, topped with a pine forest. There are several stretches of beach, divided by rocks, all with golden sand and clear water. Walking a mile or so east brings you to Las Cortinas bay, where fresh-water springs trickle down the cliff. Who goes? Citizens of Seville fleeing the unbearable urban heat. This was a hippy hang-out until recently, and although it is more mainstream these days, there is still a strong boho vibe around. Take a selection of kaftans and not much else. There is a nudist bay a short walk from the main beach; and it is a popular gay destination, too. La Flecha del Rompido Why go? The western section of the Costa de la Luz curves around from Cadiz to the Portuguese border, with fabulous sandy beaches pretty much all along the coast. This stretch is an unspoilt nine-mile sandbank just off the coast at the mouth of the Rio Piedras estuary, with beaches either side of a central ridge of dunes. Who goes? Families from the nearby resorts of Punta Umbría, La Antilla and Islantilla, where the beaches are also pretty fabulous, just a bit busier. Also campers from the sites at San Miguel and El Portil beaches. And the ubiquitous nudists, obviously. Source: Telegraph

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