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Novo Sancti Petri is located in the town of Chiclana de la Frontera, a few kilometers from the capital of the province of Cádiz.
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The city of Cadiz, is located in the southwestern corner of the continental Europe. It is the third largest population center of Andalusia and one of the most economically and industrially active in Andalusia, Spain. In addition, conforms next to the municipalities of Chiclana de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María, Jerez de la Frontera, Puerto Real, San Fernando Rota and the Association of Municipalities Bay of Cadiz.
Its economy is based mainly on commerce, due to the presence of shipyards and activities of the port area and the Zona Franca. The other basic sector of the economy is tourism Cadiz, due to its beaches, local festivals and historical heritage it has.
Cádiz is known for his long and influential history, possibly the oldest city in Western Europe and archaeological remains dating from 3,100 years not only nationally but also for its importance in processes such as the Punic Wars, romanization Iberia, discovery and conquest of America, the establishment of the liberal regime in Spain with its first constitution. The whole city is home to numerous plazas, gardens, churches and other sites that they remember.
The city is situated on an isthmus, facing the estuary of the river Guadalete and immersed in the Bahía de Cádiz Natural Park, 124 km from the regional capital, Seville.
The set consists of Cadiz and San Fernando is separated from the Iberian Peninsula by the Caño de Sancti Petri. Historically it has been since a small archipelago, to a single island. This peculiarity makes it difficult to define its geographical condition, although today receives an insular treatment plan. It was named by Lord Byron as "Siren of the Ocean" and is popularly known as the "Tacita de Plata".
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The Costa de la Luz has a fairly relevant tourist supply of hotel rooms and entertainment, both sun and beach as rural, gastronomic and cultural, golf courses, water parks and marinas.
Highlights the beauty of its protected natural areas: Doñana, Bay of Cadiz, cliff and marshes of Barbate, the Tinto and Odiel, Arrow Rompido, Laguna El Portil, Isla Cristina marshes, etc. as well as major destinations for cultural tourism, as Baelo Claudia, Cape Trafalgar or Columbian sites as the Monastery of La Rabida, Palos de la Frontera and Moguer.
The beaches of the Costa de la Luz usually consist of endless dunes formed by fine sand and native plants, sometimes escorted by pine forests. The predominant elements are visible golden sand and sun almost all hours of the day, in all seasons.
The name comes from a bright, vivid light that highlights the cleanliness of the streets, whitewashed walls, the golden dunes and the reflection of the sea.
Las Lomas de Sancti Petri offers the perfect combination thanks to its location. Light and culture, history and modernity, small towns and big cities, the best beaches and exquisite cuisine.