Casa Luz

Costa de la Luz

  • 6-8
  • 4
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Web Ref: 3196
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  • Ground floor: Entrance hall. Open plan living/dining room (ceiling fans, i-pod dock, CD) with door to inner courtyard with plunge pool. Kitchen (oven, dishwasher). TV room (TV, DVD) with doors to inner courtyard with plunge pool. Shower room. WiFi.  Central heating.
  • First floor: (accessed via open tread spiral stairs): Landing. Principal double bedroom (ceiling fan) with Juliet balcony and en suite bathroom with separate shower. Double bedroom (ceiling fan) with en suite shower room.  Small double bedroom (ceiling fan) with en suite sower room.  Small double bedroom (ceiling fan).
  • Second floor: (accessed via open tread spiral stairs): Roof terrace incorporating outdoor dining area, in-built seating, barbecue and laundry room (washing machine) with panoramic views across the rooftops of Vejer.
  • Outside: Internal courtyard with plunge pool (3.35m x 1.7m) and patio.

In the heart of the quintessential hilltop ‘pueblo blanco’ of Vejer de la Frontera on one of the charming cobbled streets that wind their way through the town’s dazzling white facades, ancient buildings and atmospheric squares, this beautifully restored town house offers stylish living within elegant, innovatively designed accommodation that is just a short stroll from the shops, restaurants and bustling street life of one of the Costa de la Luz’s most picturesque and historic centres.

As is so typical of Andaluz town houses with Moorish origins, the traditional whitewashed façade of Casa Luz gives little clue as to what lies behind and as we stepped through the front door we could not fail to be impressed by the chic interior in which we found ourselves.

In a style that calls to mind the atmospheric homes of nearby Morocco, the open-plan living area exudes a welcoming ambience of comfort and warmth. Colourful cushions are stylishly scattered across in-built seating and ornate furnishings sit atop warm rugs against a backdrop of smooth colour washed walls, graceful archways and marble floors. To the side a state-of-the-art kitchen is housed behind sleek units of the most modern design.

In the centre an ornate plunge pool sits within an inner courtyard, ingeniously incorporated into the living area by the arched glass-filled patio doors that line its sides. Light floods through here and also through the window that is creatively positioned above the spiral glass staircase that leads the way to the stylish bedrooms and contemporary bathrooms that occupy the first floor.

Being situated just below the highest and oldest area of the town, the property’s spacious and beautifully furnished roof terrace gives the most stunning bird’s eye view across the terracotta rooftops and uniformly dazzling white facades of this beautifully preserved town. Equipped with cushioned seating, a barbecue and dining area and displaying the same design flair as the interior, this is a special location and one which is sure to become a favourite spot.

It is however Casa Luz’s enviable position, within such close proximity of Vejer’s wealth of amenities, which make it such an ideal holiday home. Step out of the front door, stroll along the cobbled streets and you will discover some of the finest dining options available in the region. Not long ago highlighted in The Sunday Times as being one of the 'tastiest' towns in Spain, its delightful labyrinth of narrow streets and ornate ‘plazas’ are home to a superb range of restaurants. Shops, bars and a colourful weekly market are also within easy reach, whilst the stunning sandy beach of El Palmar is just a 10 minute drive away.

Because of the open tread spiral staircase which connects the ground floor to both the first floor and roof terrace this house is not suitable for children under the age of 8.
Property Licence Number: CTC/2017117927

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Great Things to Do Near Casa Luz

Bird watching

Enjoy a day out along one of Europe's busiest migration routes - see cranes, eagles, kites, storks, ibis, larks, vultures, as well as butterflies and much more.

Local shopping

Vejer is full of quirky shops selling Moroccan leather goods, jewelry, hand woven baskets, hippy chic clothing and much more. There are also local delis and wine bars for those wanting to purchase local wines, cheese, hams and other delights.

Sip sherry in Jerez

Visit one of the many bodegas (wineries) and sample the sherry, brandy and vinegars.

Horse riding

Enjoy a relaxing trek through the pine forests or a rapid gallop down the sandy shores of the Atlantic coastline.

Whale watching Tarifa

Take a boat trip from Tarifa and cross the Straits of Gibraltar, sailing past sperm whales, pilot whales and dolphins.

Acampo Abierto

Spend a morning at Alvaro Domecq's finca on the outskirts of Medina Sidonia. Watch how the horses and dogs herd the fighting bulls in their natural habit of the Andalucian countryside. Also enjoy an Andalucian and classic dressage show.

Canoe along the Bay of Cadiz

Rent canoes/kayaks or join an organised tour and cruise past flying fish and spider crabs.

Roman Ruins, Bolonia

The ruins of an original fishing village at Baelo Claudia date from the end of the 2nd century are free for visitors within the EU. Visitors can see the old salting factories which were used to make the garum as well as the remains of the baths, market and aqueducts.

Montenmedio Golf and Country Club

Just 5km south of Vejer the club offers an 18 hole course, driving range, equestrian centre, various restaurants as well as the NMAC contemporary arts museum.

Gourmet food market

Sample local delights in Vejer's gourmet food market - new for 2014. Various stalls selling local wines, cheeses, seafood, tostas, sushi made from the local tuna and Iberian hams.


Hire some bikes and cycle through La Breña National Park, taking in views over the Atlantic and towards Morocco as you go.

Medina Sidonia

Visit the neighbouring town of Medina Sidonia, once home to wealthy land owners and the Duke which led the Spanish Armada. Enjoy a pastry in one of the cake shops/cafe bars in the main square.

Caños de Meca

Enjoy a cocktail whilst watching the sunset over the Atlantic Ocean.

Catamaran to El Puerto

Catch the catamaran from Cadiz port across to El Puerto de Santa Maria, enjpy a spot of lunch and then sail back again.


Snorkel off the coast at Conil and witness canons and canon balls which date back to the Battle of Trafalgar.

Cookery class

Enjoy a delicious day out visiting the local fresh food market and then preparing a feast of gazpacho, prawns, fish baked in salt and other typical Andalucian dishes at a local cookery school.


Drive or take the bus/train into the capital of Andalucia. Visit the bull ring, stroll down the river passing the Torre del Oro, take a horse and carriage around the Parque de Maria Luisa or relax with a drink and tapas at one of the many bars.

Tren turistico

Catch the turistic train from outside the tourist office. The journey lasts around an hour and is an excellent chance to visit the old and new parts of town without climbing the steep hills yourself!



Vejer 1 mins
Conil 20 mins
Barbate 20 mins
Medina Sidonia 30 mins
Cadiz 45 mins
Jerez 55 mins


El Palmar 15 mins
Zahora 20 mins
Los Caños de Meca 20 mins
Conil 20 mins
Zahara de los Atunes 25 mins
Bolonia 40 mins
Tarifa 40 mins


Jerez 50 mins
Gibraltar 90 mins
Sevilla 100 mins
Malaga 130 mins
Times are approximate

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