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138 Km of beaches, coves and inlets
that invite you to lose yourself in them


The province of Cádiz offers you 260 kilometres of coast and 138 kilometres of beaches: bays, coves, kilometres of open sands. Some of them have a history, such as the beach at Trafalgar, where the famous battle took place off its shores, or others that are now film stars, such as La Caleta, where scenes of a James Bond film were shot. There are beaches that are pioneers in Europe, such as La Victoria, for receiving one of the first EU environmental management certificate, and others of many colours, such as the beaches at Tarifa, with the vertigo of fly surfing and kiting. Beaches that are ideal for windsurfing; many others that are perfect for underwater fishing in their crystal-clear waters: Los Lances, Bolonia, Valdevaqueros and many others. A total of 74 different beaches.

Particularly striking are the cliffs of Los Caños de Meca (Barbate) and the coves of Conil. Others have natural monuments such as the dunes of the beach at Bolonia or the fishing pens at Rota.

A common feature in Cadiz is that the sea often meets the mountains, with backdrops of pine groves, forests and wetlands. Punta Candor in Rota and the beach at Castillo de San Fernando, are natural beaches, but each one has its own unique features: one is famous for its rocky outcrops, while access to the other is only possible by swimming or walking there.

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