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What to do in Conil de la Frontera?


Beaches and nature

Beaches are the main "reason for being" for Conil as a tourist town. In just 14 Km of coast visitors can find a delicious variety of beaches and coves of all sizes, environments and crowding conditions. From the large urban beaches of Fontanilla and los Bateles until the tiny coves of Poniente, located beyond the Cabo Roche, Conil offers assurance of cleanliness and virginity without forgetting the facilities and comforts that make Conil a quality destination for the whole family.
The town also has valuable natural areas, highlighting the pine forests of Roche and El Colorado. Endangered species can be found, such as the large population of coastal Juniper, or the "fartet", small hermaphroditic fish that has its habitat in the Roche River.



Bathed by the waters of the Atlantic, is a pretty town white houses and exceptional beaches. But Conil is not only beach. History and monuments' lovers can take a walk and see some points of interest such as the Church and the parish of Sta. Catalina, the Guzmán Tower or the Puerta de la Villa. It is important to stress the strong Andalusian character of the region and its various festivities, to highlight just one, the Jerez Horse Fair.


Sports and leisure

For sporties, windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing, canoeing and other oportunities of active tourism are available. Outstanding are horseback riding on the beaches and pine forests of Roche and the number of golf courses in the surrounding area.
Amusement in Conil is based on a wide variety of bars and nightclubs, concentrated mostly in the town center, around the Cadiz and Baluarte streets and the Plaza de Santa Catalina. In summer, the famous tents are placed in Los Bateles beach. They are ideal for all ages and its music ranges from techno to flamenco. The "Carpas" are also where most of the summer concerts are held.


Shopping and gastronomy

Works in ceramic with own design and many different applications are typical. In Conil you can also purchase typical products of the area. Canned foods, like tuna, by-products of beekeeping such as honey, or the delicious pine nuts from the pine forests. Also superb olive oils, wines from the different points of the province and exquisite cheeses.
After visiting the beaches and Conil monuments, what else but to taste the tasty local cuisine. Being a village based on agriculture and fishing, it has managed to create its own cuisine. The numerous restaurants and bars that crowd this village make it the ideal place to taste some delicious fish dishes accompanied by local wines.

What to do in the surrounding area?


Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera boasts world-famous attractions that make this city one of the most complete and suggestive of Andalusia. Horses, wine, Brandy and Flamenco, are topics of Andalusia and Spain, and differentiating characteristics that define and fully identify the city.


Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos

Lime white is linking a town with another on the route that crosses the Sierra de Cádiz to the North of the province. It is a rugged, tasty, green and exciting journey: the route of the Los Pueblos Blancos (White Villages). In there live stories of what was the daily life of al-Andalus: the urban layout of its streets, the economy linked to the production of olive oil, handcrafted leather items and sweet Andalusian recipes.



Beaches, dunes and salt flats make up the Bay, a natural water park with sunny location. And there is the town of Cadiz. The Silver Cup, as it is known, offers visitors a walk by its historical neighborhoods; the Barro de la Viña, the best place to enjoy the Carnival or the fish of the Bay; the old town, where most of the monuments are grouped and the Barrio del Pópulo, of medieval origin.



Joy. Perhaps the word that best sums up the essence of Seville. A city you will fall in love with because of the lifestyle of their inhabitants, an open and hospitable people who knows how to enjoy and share every moment. Semana Santa and Feria de Abril, Flamenco and its unique cuisine and a very important range of parks and monuments make Seville a must-see.