Sun and Sand

Cadiz has 260 kilometres of coastline and 138 kilometres of beaches: coves, inlets, sandy beaches, many several kilometres long.

There are historic beaches  such as Trafalgar, where the famous battle was fought, idyllic beaches such as La Caleta where scenes from 007 were filmed. There are beaches  such as La Victoria pioneers  in gaining the EU environmental management certification,  and colourful beaches such as Tarifa, with the vertigo of fly-surfing and kite surfing. Perfect  beaches for windsurfing; also underwater fishing is popular  among the clear waters of many beaches: Los Lances, Bolonia, and Valdevaqueros among others. In total there are  83  beaches to be enjoyed.

The cliffs of Caños de Meca (Barbate) and the coves of Conil are a must for visitors.

In some locations there are natural monuments such as the dunes of Bolonia beach as well as its Roman Remains,  or the fishing corrals of Rota.

At so many beaches In Cadiz the sea meets the mountain, with landscapes of pine forests,  and marshes. Punta Candor in Rota and the beach of the Castle of San Fernando, are very natural beaches, but each one in its own way: if in one the rocky massifs stand out, others are only accessibly on foot or by swimming.