On barely 14 kilometres of coastline, visitors can find a spectacular variety of beaches and coves in Conil. From the large urban beaches of La Fontanilla and Los Bateles, to the tiny coves of Poniente, located beyond Cape Roche. Conil also has valuable natural spaces where endangered species can be found.
Lovers of history and monuments can take a walk through Conil de la Frontera and see some points of interest such as the Church and Parish of Santa Catalina, the Guzmán Tower or the Puerta de la Villa. It is worth noting the strong Andalusian character of the region and its various popular festivals, such as the Jerez Horse Fair.
Conil is ideal for windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, canoeing and other water activities. Horseback riding on the beaches and an extensive offer of golf courses are also available.
Conil also has a range of bars and clubs concentrated mostly in the centre. In summer, next to the Bateles beach are the famous tents where concerts and other musical events are held for all ages.
In Conil the visitor will be able to buy local products such as ceramic products, preserved food, honey, wonderful virgin olive oils, wines and exquisite cheeses.
It is also crucial to mention the tasty local cuisine. Being a town based on agriculture and fishing, Conil has managed to create its own gastronomy. The numerous restaurants and bars are the ideal place to savour delicious fish accompanied by the best wines of the area.
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