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Top accessible campsites in Cadiz

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The Province of Cadiz is paradise for campers. In terms of accessible campsites and bungalows, it is even more so. Barriers don't exist when talking about inclusive tourism: there's space for everyone.

Conil de la Frontera, Tarifa and Barbate have an enviable range of accessible campsites. However, they are not the only tourist destinations where you can enjoy a few days of rest and camping - or relaxation in a comfortable bungalow - given that towns like Jimena de la Frontera, Zahara de los Atunes, Medina Sidonia and El Puerto de Santa María are other campsite areas in Cadiz that have accessible facilities. Our small rating list has a first-category establishment in Olvera at the top. Take note for your next holiday: Pueblo Blanco Campsite.

Pueblo Blanco Campsite, in Olvera

A 19th-century Andalusian country house plays host to this campsite, which is popular due to the views it offers, and it is highly inclusive for tourists with physical, sensory and mental disabilities. Located in the Cadiz town of Olvera, this first-category campsite is agreat accommodation choice if you are looking to enjoy tours of the White Villages. In your bungalow reserved for people with reduced mobility you will find welcoming facilities for tourists with difficulties, as well as their companions.

Camping in Conil de la Frontera

La Rosaleda, Roche, El Faro, Los Eucaliptos and Fuente del Gallo are first- and second-category accessible establishments where you can camp or stay in bungalows. These are places where you can enjoy a wonderful holiday and which also have services adapted for disabled persons. You'll feel right at home, except you'll be close to Cadiz's coastline… A stunning coast, no less!

Tarifa: camping territory

Camping in Tarifa or spending a few days renting a bungalow, is something many people enjoy so it has become a leisure classic for those visiting the Province of Cadiz. In places like Río Jara, Paloma and Tarifa - all of which are second-category campsites - they know this well. Highlights include El Jardín de las Dunas given that its bungalows are installed at ground level. Furthermore, it is partially accessible to people with mobility difficulties.

Let's head to Barbate

Of course. If you are into caravans, motorhomes or bungalows, you'll find these in one of the cradles of almadraba fishing. Where? At accessible campsites on the beachfront, like Caños de Meca and Pinar San José. The latter, for example, enjoys an unbeatable location (it's not everyday you can enjoy the privilege of staying in the middle of a natural park, in this case in La Breña y Marismas de Barbate). A large dune accompanies the pines, wild olive trees and mastics that are a stone's throw from legendary beaches such as Palmar and Zahora. How about that!

Other accessible campsites

Among the establishments that have services and facilities for people with disabilities are: Los Alcornocales, in Jimena de la Frontera; Bahía de la Plata, in Zahara de los Atunes; El Palmar, in Vejer de la Frontera; Medina Sidonia, in the town of the same name; Tajo del Águila, in Algar; La Casita, in San Roque; Playa Aguadulce, in Rota; and Playa Las Dunas, in El Puerto de Santa María. They are all second-category establishments.

Top accessible campsites in Cadiz
Algar, Barbate, Conil de la Frontera, Jimena de la Frontera, Los Caños de Meca - Zahora, Medina-Sidonia, Olvera, Puerto de Santa María, El, Rota, San Roque, Tarifa, Vejer de la Frontera, Zahara de los Atunes (Cádiz)