Nature in Chipiona
Playa del Camarón / Tres Piedras
“It has a length of over 1.5 km and end up in the beach Playa de Regla. Urban, fine golden sand, with an average utilization and a moderate swell. There are many protected areas and indigenous vegetation. There you can practice all kinds of sports.
Corrales de Pesca de Chipiona
They are enclosed areas surrounded by a wall of porous stone, built by hand and distributed along our coastline. They form a unique landscape, legacy of a rural fishing culture many centuries old, presumably Roman or Arabic.
Playa del Montijo
It´s about 2 km long and is located on the outskirts of the city in the direction to Sanlucar de Barrameda. Adjacent town beach with a mix of sand and gravel, with a low number of visitors and medium waves.
Playa de la Regla
It´s about 1km long and is considered the reference of the village. Golden sand, large capacity, good service and family atmosphere among its properties. Some bars and restaurants to make your stay enjoyable. It may also contain various things such as Renting pedal boats.
Playa de Cruz del Mar
It´s slightly shorter than 1 km and is in the town, on the south side of the harbor. A beach with thick, golden sand with a very high number of visitors. It provides excellent service.