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Beach town between Granada and Seville?

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My boyfriend and I are going to Spain for two weeks and are looking for a quiet, secluded beach town somewhere between Granada and Seville, that is easy to get to by bus or train.

The dates we'll have free are Oct. 1 - 4, and we hope to end up with one day in Jerez de la Frontera to hit a sherry winery for a day. On another message board I asked about Tarifa and Cadiz, but someone mentioned the weather on the Atlantic side of Spain is windy and erratic that time of year, which made us curious about towns like Nerja and Salobrena. Thoughts?

We don't want the "cosmopolitan town with a bustling nightlife" type of place. We want peaceful, with nice swimming, soft sand, and beautiful natural surroundings. Bonus points if it's a romantic "white city" with amazing seafood.

We also read a comment on this board by "humptynumpty" that, "The beaches of the Costa de la Luz are beautiful and fairly unspoilt. In particular, those at Cape Trafalgar and Bolonia." We'd love to learn more about those beaches and towns, particularly for the time of year we're going, and about any known transportation, lodging and places to eat there.

Thanks so much!

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