El Puerto de Santa Maria is a town in the province of Cadiz, Andalusia. The town of El Puerto de Santa María is 10 km north east of Cádiz across the bay of Cádiz and is best known for having been the port from which Columbus sailed on his second voyage to the Americas.
El Puerto de Santa María is a picturesque and lively Spanish town situated on the Costa de la Luz, 20 minutes across the bay from Cádiz. It is located around the mouth of the river Guadalete. There are 22 km. of Atlantic coastline around the town, with 8 beaches of fine golden sand.
Costa de la Luz is a part of the Andalusian coast that stretches from Tarifa, throughout the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz, to the mouth of the Guadiana river. Costa de la Luz comprises sun and sand, forming rivers before they empty channels in the sea, land and water forms marshes, estuaries and salt mines.
The name comes from the Coast Light painted houses, gold and silver reflections sand dunes of the sea, the green colors can be found in the interior of the peninsula, in the fertile pastures, famous vineyards and small villages where time seems to stand still.
Rota is a tourist town with a population of 30,000 inhabitants, is situated in Cadiz province of Andalusia. Can be reached by boat from Cadiz and Puerto de Santa Maria and Jerez have their own stations.
Rota has a thriving fishing industry, which is the commercial activity of the area along the coast. Port Astaroth, the focus of the city was a gift from Tartesans, the oldest inhabitants of this place. In historic areas will see relics of the past, such as Luna Castillo (Castle of the month), monuments and sand dunes and pine forests, where you can spend wonderful days in this natural environment
Punta Umbria is a town and municipality in the province of Huelva, part of the Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia. It is a fishing village located on the banks of the river Rio Odiel and over the water in the capital, Huelva.
It is surrounded by salt marshes and facing extensive Isla Rivesaltes.
Jerez de la Frontera is a town in the Spanish province of Cadiz, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. The most populous urban center in the province and the fifth in Andalucia. It is located in the south of the Iberian peninsula, about 15 km from the Atlantic Ocean and 100 km from Gibraltar Strait.
Located in a central location and good connections with the rest of the province, has become the communications hub and one of logistics and transportation centers of western Andalusia. The size and growth potential have provided a greater economic dynamism than the capital.