05/13/2013

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Grazalema Natural Park If you plan to spend your vacation in the South of Spain, we invite you to know one of the provinces most complete and unique in the entire peninsula, the province of Cadiz. Full of tourist attractions, this Andalusian province does not leave you indifferent... I always like to say to dazzle us with all the allure of this beautiful province, we will need quite some time, since we can divide into three very different areas and will need a few days to visit each one of them. No less important another, each zone can offer to the tourist a different attraction. We find the first of them to the South, the coastal area of Cadiz, worldwide known as the Costa de la Luz, where you will find beaches for all tastes. From urban beaches you full services for the most demanding up to pristine beaches for lovers of tranquility, where peace and harmony merge to offer unique sensations. We highlight some pristine beaches like Bolonia (Tarifa) the lighthouse of Trafalgar (Barbate) or the Germans (Tarifa). Further to the North there is the central area of the province, located in the Ruta del Toro that owes its name to the Bull of Cadiz. Highlighting the Parque Natural de los Alcornocales catalogued as one of the ten natural wonders of Europe, full of natural attractions such as its coverings or Rivera's forests, we also find municipalities filled with history, as Medina Sidonia or Alcala de los Gazules, without forgetting the wine and cult to the flamenco of Jerez. Finally and not less important, we find the northern area of the province, nestled on the famous route of the white villages, with number of municipalities of singular beauty and the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. A fusion of culture and nature with...

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