'There is no night life in Spain. They stay up late but they get up late. That is not night life. That is delaying the day.â€ These words were said by an American novelist, short story writer and journalist Ernest Hemingway, best known as one of the most influential writers of the 20th century.
A Tropical Eden with a Spark of the History
Santa Lucia is a small village located in the Province of the Cadiz. It is actually quite near (only 4 kilometers away) to the other famous town of Vejer de la Frontera. Santa Lucia remains almost completely neither untouched nor affected by the outside world that is why a visit to this ancient Spanish beauty is highly recommended. Santa Lucia got its name by one of young Christian martyr, whose name was Lucia. The legend says that Lucia had consecrated her virginity to God and distributed her dowry to the poor local people. Perhaps that is why the village of Santa Lucia remained untouched for so many years and only now the tourists from all over the world are coming to see its beauties. So if you are among those who want to know this gorgeous Spanish village, just go along and read what we have prepared for you about Santa Lucia hotels. Even though there are not so many of them, you will not have any problems of choosing the right hotels in Santa Lucia that would fit your needs and pocket. Â
Affordable Hideouts in Santa Lucia
As the tourism is only starting to grow in Santa Lucia, there are many cheap hotels where you can stay and rest during your vacation: Country house Lomito de Taidia el Pajar, Casa Fataga or Playa de Ingles pool beach apart. Most of these cheap hotels belong to local people, so you will be able to feel that true Spanish hospitality.
The Best Roman Luxuriousness
But do not be fooled, there are some really classy and luxurious places in Santa Lucia especially created for those who want to transform their everyday life into a beautiful Spanish vacation. You should definitely go and check out these Santa Lucia hotels: like Las Barcas, Apartamentos Monterey or Salobre Golf Villas. Almost all of these hotels in Santa Lucia belong to small villas, so after visiting the village, you will be able enjoy yourself while occupied on some activities there.
Spanish Cuisine and Other Adventures
While visiting Santa Lucia, don't forget to taste some real Spanish cuisine dishes. It is said the village has already gained the name of gourmet destination. The near town of Santa Lucia â€“ Vejer de la Frontera was named as the 'Tastiest town in Spainâ€ by the Sunday Times in 2012. Santa Lucia has some great restaurants and bars that you should definitely pay a visit. The most recommended one is called 'La Nueva Tajeaâ€ meaning the new love of nature and outdoor activities. So do not hesitate, pack your bags and come to this gorgeous Spanish village!Â