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Playa de El Palmar

Discover turquoise waters that are a match for any in the South Seas. Soak up the best of the Cadiz coast.

A stroll and a swim at the Playa de La Fontanilla in Conil de la Frontera.

Fancy a quiet swim? Then try the Playa de la Fontanilla one of the best beaches in Conil de la Frontera, in the province of Cádiz.

La Fontanilla is perfect for a day out with your family. At low tide the water is shallow and there are no currents, so both parents and children will be able to enjoy themselves with nothing to worry about. This beach with fine, golden sand is the one most used by the people who live in Conil, a sure sign that this is a good place to set up your sunshade.

You'll be amazed by the number of people strolling along the beach. But you needn't worry, the beach is long and very wide. There's plenty of room for everyone.

And there are plenty of restaurants nearby: La FontanillaEl Roqueo y Francisco La Fontanilla, just to mention a few.

Surfing and amazing sunsets on the Playa del Palmar.

The Playa del Palmar is another fantastic place to spend a sunny day. The eight kilometres of golden sand make this one of the few unspoilt beaches along the Cadiz coast. The condition of the water is perfect as this area is not visited very often and there are no major towns nearby.

If you like surfing, this beach is ideal for you and your surfboard. The surfing community is very prominent in El Palmar. So much so that there are a number of schools. If you prefer to stay on the sand, then come when the sun is setting and enjoy one of the most authentic features of the Cadiz coast.

The delightful Caños de Meca. A stroll to Trafalgar Lighthouse and a swim at the Playa de Zahora.

Caños de Meca it was a popular spot for hippies in the 1970s. Nowadays it still has a relaxing atmosphere, perfect for switching off.

One of the most famous beaches is the Pirate Beach, also known as Playa Los Caños de Meca, a perfect area for swimming right opposite the town. Here you can enjoy a dip and relax in one of the beach bars along the shore.

And shouldn't miss a trip to the Trafalgar Lighthouse! Near Caños de Meca, there is a road half hidden by the sand along which you can walk to reach this historic monument dating back to 1860 and 34 metres high.

In the lower area you'll see the Playa de Zahora. An ideal place for a swim and a little rest and relaxation.

Discover the city's most popular beach, La Caleta.

In ancient times it was a natural harbour for Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Nowadays, La Caleta is a small urban beach near the historical town centre of Cadiz. It is very popular with families and local people.

It has a charming feel to it. First of all there is an old spa converted into an underwater archaeology centre. It became popular after it featured in the James Bond film, Die Another Day. Or you can just relax watching the small fishing boats while you rest on the sand, when the tide goes out.

Climb up the huge dunes at the Playa de Bolonia.

Located next to TarifaBologna you'll find one of the few remaining unspoilt beaches in the south. There is a wide variety of activities to choose from: You can take a dip in the crystal-clear waters or you can visit the Baelo Claudia Archaeological Site which stands next to the beach. Climbing up the huge dune at one end of the beach is a typical excursion, as is sunbathing next to horses and cows as they graze and rest peacefully.

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Barbate, Cádiz, Conil de la Frontera, Los Caños de Meca - Zahora, Tarifa, Vejer de la Frontera, Zahara de los Atunes (Cádiz)