Traveling to Cádiz is always a great option for its gastronomy, culture, good weather and, also, for the great beaches that this province has.
In total, it has 260 kilometers of coastline, of which 138 kilometers are beaches (coves, sandbanks, etc.).
Thanks to this coastal extension, Cádiz has a total of 74 beaches to enjoy. Nothing more and nothing less than 30 of them have received the Blue Flag recognizing their quality.
The beaches of Cádiz exhibit different landscapes where the mountains or the pine forests meet the sea.
These are very natural beaches where you can also participate in sports such as fly-surfing or windsurfing, and where movies like “Agent 007” have been filmed.
In this article we are going to highlight some of the best beaches in Cádiz from Sanlúcar or Chipiona to Bolonia beach.
- 1 Cádiz beaches essential to visit
- 2 Cádiz beaches ideal for surfing or windsurfing
- 3 Urban beaches in Cádiz
Cádiz beaches essential to visit
Trafalgar Lighthouse Beach:
Beach located in Caños de Meca within the Cabo de Trafalgar Natural Park. A natural and wild landscape presided over by its lighthouse.
A spectacular beach awaits you to enjoy walks on its fine sand, but you must exercise great caution while bathing due to its strong currents.
Playa de los Alemanes Beach:
Located in Tarifa, very close to Zahara de los Atunes, we find Los Alemanes beach.
This Cádiz beach is approximately 1,500 meters long and 50 meters wide and is dominated by a lighthouse in the background.
Its name comes from World War II, when the Germans used this anchorage to monitor and supply the ships that circulated through the strait.
A paradise of fine sand and crystal clear water that we invite you to discover.
The most famous beach in Cádiz and considered one of the last virgin beaches in southern Spain.
Tarifa is the location of this beach, which offers a view of the Moroccan city of Tangier from the top of its dune.
The Bolonia beach dune has been declared a National Monument and is of great ecological importance.
In addition, this 3-kilometre-long location has been awarded as the 10th best beach in Europe and the 2nd in Spain.
Punta Paloma Beach:
It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Tarifa due to its large dunes and its spectacular views.
Cádiz beaches ideal for surfing or windsurfing
Tarifa’s winds and open beaches make it a well-known destination for water sports enthusiasts, who come here to practice surfing and windsurfing.
We did not want to miss the opportunity to highlight some beaches in this town or nearby, ideal for practicing these sports.
El Palmar Beach:
Beach located in Vejer that adjoins Zahara de los Atunes and Conil. An idyllic location with a wild aspect.
Ideal to enjoy its fine sand, beach bars and craft markets. But also, it is a great option for surfing.
Los Lances Beach:
Speaking of surfing and windsurfing lovers we find Los Lances beach in Tarifa.
This location is well known for its winds and waves that help in carrying out these water sports. Specifically, Los Lances beach is located within a protected area in the Estrecho Natural Park.
It should be noted that this beach in Cádiz is one of the largest in the province.
It is one of the best known beaches in Tarifa. A wild and spectacular beach that has a dune with pine forests.
Valdevaqueros has four kilometers of beach for walking and, as a good beach located in Tarifa, it is ideal for kitesurfing or windsurfing.
Urban beaches in Cádiz
Other beaches to highlight are the urban or semi-urban ones that have great views of the city.
Santa Maria Beach:
The first urban beach to highlight is the one in the city of Cádiz, from which you can see the Cathedral and has a blue flag for its quality. The perfect place for surfers.
It is surrounded by breakwaters and is 650 meters long.
La Ballena beach is located in Rota in front of a residential neighborhood.
It has fine white sand and a beautiful wild aspect.
Roche cove ( Calas ):
The last beach we are going to talk about in this article is Cala de Roche located between the urbanization of Roche and Fuente del Gallo.
A quiet location, without too much wind and surrounded by reddish cliffs.
A beach in nature where the practice of nudism is common.
As you can see, according to your tastes and preferences you can find beaches in Cádiz that suit what you are looking for.
A paradise on the Iberian Peninsula that we invite you to discover. At Alsherry we help you do tourism in Cádiz and any trip or experiences you would like to plan worldwide. Do not hesitate and contact us.
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