What to see in Chipiona
Mausoleo de Rocio Jurado
This monument was inaugurated on the 18th of September, 2007, coinciding with the birthday of the artist; you can visit the monument in the Cemetery of San José.
Castillo de Chipiona
Perched on a rock very near to the Cruz del Mar beach, it was built to protect the fish weirs that were at the waterfront.
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.
Santuario de la Virgen de Regla
The present temple was built in the early 20th century, after the demolition of the old church. In the Neo-Gothic style, it opened two years after starting the works and three later they ended the construction of the main tower.
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.
Faro de Chipiona
There is evidence of the existence of the Chipiona Lighthouse since the Roman times. The current lighthouse was built between 1863 and 1867, is considered the highest lighthouse in Spain (69 meters) and one of biggest in the world.
Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de la O, Chipiona
It is a beautiful temple in the Gothic style built in the 16th century. It is believed that it was formerly an Arabic mosque and that under it lays the remains of these. The current appearance of the Church is the result of reforms that took place at the end of the 18th century.
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 de las Canteras
“It´s of small size (about 500 meters) and is located next to the lighthouse of the city.
Urban, rocky, with medium to high number of visitors and good service. It is not recommended for swimming, but perfect for diving and surfing.”