What to see in Tarifa
It is the natural jewel of the province of Cadiz. It extends between the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga and consists of one of the largest cork oak forests in the world.
Duna de Bolonia
Its impressive size makes it visible and recognizable from a great distance. This treasure leverages on the scarce transformation and urbanization of the area to keep its natural paradisiacal image.
Playa de Atlanterra
It´s located on the edge of the town of Tarifa.
Perfectly equipped with restaurants, hotels and bars of highest quality. Prepare yourself for one of the most spectacular sunsets that you have seen in your life before. Clear water and golden sand.
Playa del Cañuelo
It is one of the best kept treasures of the province of Cadiz. This cove, untouched and in a natural environment of incredible beauty, has the clearest water of the coast of Cadiz.
Necropolis de los Algarbes
It is an important archaeological complex of the Chalcolithic and Bronze Age in the third millennium B.C. It consists of fifty funerary structures and artificial caves, built at different heights.
Playa de los Lances
It´s the most complete city beach in Tarifa. It is perfect for swimming. Spend a day at the beach when the wind allows.
It is easily accessible from the city center.
Castillo de Guzmán el Bueno
Built in the middle of the 10th century by order of Caliph Abd al-Rahman III. This fortress had a very important role during the reconquest, the defense of attacks by Barbary Pirates in centuries after and the War of Independence.
It is a small bay between the port and not far from the Isla de Tarifa, where you can enjoy beautiful views.
In order to enjoy a swim, we encourage you to visit this beach on days without wind.
Playa de Bolonia
It is a unique place on the coast of Tarifa is one of the most beautiful areas of the province, the dunes of Bologna. White sand and great wind make it a paradise for lovers of water sports, especially windsurfing or kite-surfing.
Conjunto Arqueológico de Baelo Claudia
The Roman town has its origins in the late 2nd century B.C. and was built on a former Phoenician-Punic settlement known as Bailo Baelokun. It was an important commercial port due to its proximity to Africa.
It is an area of great wealth and it is different from the rest. Its privileged location between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, the weather of the place and its history have formed an adapted unique wildlife.
Playa de Valdevaqueros
It is a mecca for lovers of windsurfing and kite surf.
The secluded, large beach offers good service, good restaurants and bars and accommodation.