Islantilla Beach in Huelva
Islantilla Beach is both a beach as a commonwealth that is in the municipalities of Lepe and Isla Cristina. It is a very prominent place on the Costa de la luz, an invention of 1991 owes its name to the merger of Isla Cristina and La Antilla.
It was created to encourage tourism in the area, as there were houses that were mostly just abandoned there before. In 1992 they finished the first hotel (Confortel second image illustrating this article) and opened a golf club. Without doubt, an indicator that they wanted to attract tourists with a high purchasing power. In fact, in 2006 the urban complex Stork rose, with which he pursued the attention of the Dutch.
It is an area that is well connected as it is 20 kilometers from Portugal, 40 from Huelva and Sevilla 120. The airports of Faro, Seville and Jerez de la Frontera are not too far. You can also get there by train, bus and car, in which case you must take the A-49 which links Seville and Ayamonte.
A popular beach
The beach is usually crowded especially in the months of July and August, especially on weekends. There is blue area during peak season and that makes finding parking is mission impossible. During the rest of the year you can park for free.
They are 1,200 meters in length and 60 meters wide. It is a sizeable beach with a promenade provided with terraces. The sand is golden type, usually moderate swell and is one of the many Spanish beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag, in addition to the distinctive Q for Quality Tourism.
By having many services (telephone, showers, toilets, beach umbrella, deck chairs and parasols rental …) and be easily accessible on foot (also has access for the disabled), it is one of the busiest in the area. If we add that there are two schools of sailing and water recreation services, it is normal that we are talking about one of the most recommended throughout the province of Huelva beaches.http://www.travelsucks.com/islantilla-beach-in-huelva.htmlDestinationsEuropeislantilla beach