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Tucked away on Spain’s south coast, the coastal resort of El Puerto de Santa María is one of Andalusia’s best kept secrets. Its whitewashed buildings and cobbled lanes are set alongside the glittering waters of the Bay of Cádiz among pine forests, beaches and wetlands, a perfect environment for a holiday away from it all. It offers echoes of the real Spain which you can experience for yourself by renting a holiday apartment in El Puerto de Santa María from 9flats and living among the local people. It beats a holiday spent couchsurfing in El Puerto de Santa María because you not only get an authentic Spanish experience but enjoy it from the comfort of your own private accommodation.
Ocean views and white sands – your holiday apartment in El Puerto de Santa María
9flats takes a unique approach to holidays by offering privately owned apartments for rent in locations around the globe. The site has everything from romantic holiday flats in Madrid to spacious vacation condos in Montreal, all of which offer an opportunity to get away from the tourist crowds and live as part of the community. From your holiday home in El Puerto de Santa María you can experience the things coach parties seldom do – tucked away restaurants known only to locals, hidden lanes with unexpected views of the ocean and coastal walks through scented pine forests.
Highlights of a holiday home in El Puerto de Santa María
The town is known for its beautiful beaches – more than 15 kilometres of them – offering fine white sand and great facilities. From your vacation home in El Puerto de Santa María it should be an easy walk or cycle to one of the many beach bars where the spectacular sunsets can be enjoyed over a plate of seafood and a glass of the sherry the region is so famous for. Jerez, the home of sherry, is just a few miles inland and the area has many bodegas which offer free tours and tastings to visitors. Also worth visiting for a drink or meal is the Hotel Monasterio de San Miguel, a 16th century baroque convent. The hotel’s restaurant is in what was once the nun’s washing room while the chapel is now a magnificent venue for classical concerts which are open to the public.
An Andalusian holiday home with a seafaring tradition
Seafaring and exploration is deeply rooted in the town. Columbus set out for his second voyage to America from here and it was once the main port through which sherry was exported all over the world. Fishermen still land their catch from the Atlantic ocean daily so the seafood is not to be missed. Your holiday home in this part of Andalusia provides easy access to other parts of the region and Portugal as well – and 9flats can provide the accommodation you need with choices ranging from a converted convent holiday home in Cordoba to villas with pools in Faro. Visit the 9flats site now and get your next holiday moving.