What to see in Barbate
La Breña y Marismas del Barbate
It has a pine forest that extends to the coast cut off by impressive cliffs, reaching over one hundred meters high at some points. It includes within it, a rich sea fishing area.
Playa de Zahora
It´s the continuation of Trafalgar lighthouse, north of the coast of Cadiz.
Between sand dunes and therefore protected from the east winds, it becomes a breathtaking vantage point for sunsets.
Playa de Cañillos / Botero
It´s located between Barbate and Zahara. It is a sand beach with beautiful views.
It is perfect for water sports or hiking and it is close to the wetland from Barbate River.
Playa de Nuestra Señora del Carmen
It´s located near the fishing port of the city.
It is a well-equipped and quiet beach, prefect for swimming and enjoying a nice bath.
Playa de la Hierbabuena
It´s a small paradise at the foot of the Natural Park of La Brena and the marismas of Barbate.
Between sand dunes, cliffs and pine trees, you can enjoy a great day.
Playa de Caños de Meca / Faro de Trafalgar
It´s the most famous one in the province of Cadiz. Their famous bars and pubs in the village and the rock-lined coves contrast with the strip of golden sand. They form the Tombolo of Trafalgar, one of the most beautiful places on the coast of Cadiz.
Crystal clear water, good service and a great environment to enjoy an incredible atmosphere.
Tómbolo de Trafalgar
Its beautiful landscape combines fine sand dunes, long wide beaches and a rocky area on which the lighthouse stands. It is certainly one of the most beautiful places on the Cadiz coastline and has a long and interesting history, which makes it essential to visit.