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Investment property on the Costa de la Luz

The Costa de la Luz is luminous and fascinating; its atmosphere is unique.  It really cannot be imagined, it needs to be experienced. 

‘Coast of Light’ is a perfect name for this sun-drenched sea shore.  It begins at Tarifa, near Gibraltar in the south of Spain, continues up along the western Atlantic coast of Andalucía via Cadiz, and swings north and west, encompassing the marshy region around the Doñana Park and up to the City of Huelva, and then across to the Portuguese border.  

The special south-facing, sun-catching spot that Titan Properties chose above all others is the coastal strip at the western end, roughly 50 kilometres long.  Our coast starts at Ayamonte, on the River Guadiana, which borders Portugal’s Algarve, and ends close to the boundary of Europe’s largest nature reserve, the Doñana National Park.  This section of the coast has the least wind, the least rain and the most sun on the entire Costa de la Luz. 

Geographically the coast is a continuation of Portugal’s Algarve, but economically it is in a class by itself.  Because of the relatively recent ‘discovery’ of this piece of the coast, prices are 30% to 40% cheaper than those of the Algarve.  It makes good sense to invest on this stretch of the Costa de la Luz

Costa de la Luz, Spanish Algarve

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Costa de la luz

Proximity to the UK and Northern Europe is one of the main reasons to travel here.  The area is served by four international airports.  Faro airport in neighbouring Portugal is thirty-five minutes’ drive from the border, and delivers passengers on scheduled and charter flights from no less than 25 British airports, many of these on a daily basis.  Seville airport is one and half hours distant, with flights from London Stansted and Gatwick, Liverpool and Dublin.   All the coastal resorts are within or just over one hour from either Faro or Seville.  Gibraltar and Jerez airports are within 3 to 4 hours’ drive.

Flights from UK to Faro
Departure Airline Website Regularity Departure time Arrival time Return time
Nottingham Easyjet Daily Various Various Various
Nottingham BMI Baby Sat 1640 1945 2025
Manchester Monarch Airlines Daily 0730 1040 1140
Manchester Jet2 Daily 1445 1755 1825
London (Gatwick) BA Daily 0730 1020 1120
London (Gatwick) BA Daily 1445 1730 1830
London (Gatwick) Easyjet Daily Various Various Various
London (Gatwick) Monarch Airlines Sat/Sun/Mon Various Various Various
Bristol Easyjet Daily Various Various Various
Glasgow Flyglobespan Daily Various Various Various
Edinburgh Flyglobespan Tues/Sat 1700 2030 Various
Dublin Ryanair Daily 1745 2040 2115
Dublin AerLingus Daily 1630 1910 1950
Cork AerLingus Tues/Thurs/Sat 1515 1755 1840
Cardiff BMI Baby Sat 0600 0835 0915
Flights from UK to Seville
Departure Airline Website Regularity Departure time Arrival time Return time
London (Gatwick) BA Daily 0855 1235 1335
London (Heathrow) BA Daily 1640 2020 1335
London (Stansted) Ryanair Daily 1645 2030 2110



The region of Huelva is the fastest growing golf tourist destination in Spain. The number of foreigners playing on golf courses in Huelva has consistently risen by 30% for the past ten years. There are currently 7 golf courses in the Huelva region and a further 9 in the pipeline.

There are a great selection of golf courses on the Costa de la Luz, from Isla Canela and Islantilla in the west and Monte Castillo and Costa Ballena in the east. Our two favourite courses are Club de Golf Nuevo Portil and El Rompido.

Apart from the courses being of great quality, the low prices and few people make a round of golf on the Costa de la Luz so much more enjoyable!


Beautiful Beaches

The beaches of western Costa de la Luz stretch for miles and are uncrowded during the spring, autumn and winter. Unlike many Mediterranean beaches the beaches here are still wild with sweeping sand dunes and pine trees. The vast Atlantic Ocean lies in front for as far as you can see. Take a long afternoon walk or maybe even a run along these beautiful beaches in the sunset!

During the summer months the Spanish population come to these beaches for their holidays and the area becomes very lively with plenty of beach bars and restaurants.

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The essence of Costa de la Luz


In Costa de la Luz you will find excellent food made with the freshest local ingredients – whether it is seafood, fruits and vegetables or meat. There are an abundance of top quality seaside restaurants that are relatively inexpensive.

Visit the Sherry bodegas of Jerez or sample ‘rebujito’ (Manzanilla and Sprite) at the festivals

Flamenco and Feria’s
Costa de la Luz is certainly the most culturally interesting costa. The festival season starts March with the feria of Cádiz and lasts well into the summer months. A superb blend of sombre religious processions followed by wild Flamenco or Sevillana parties brings this area to life.

Sports activities
Water sports are particularly popular along the Atlantic coast. Partake in a sailing regatta, go surfing or enjoy wind/kite surfing with the strong winds in Tarifa. Deep sea fishing and river fishing are also to be enjoyed.
Equestrian sports are a serious pastime here. As a spectator you can see world class dressage or world champoinship polo tournaments. As a rider there are plenty of riding schools that organise trips through the forests or along the beaches.
Other activities include bicycling, clay pigeon shooting, go-kharting and theme parks

The Sierra de Huelva
If you decide to purchase on the beaches of Huelva, a short drive will take you into the breathtaking mountainous countryside of Huelva. Here you will find small white villages perched on the edge of cliff faces, where traditional crafts include ceramics and basket weaving. The hills are covered in cork and pine trees, and oak trees provide nourishment for the famous Jabugo black pig.

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