Beaches in Cadiz

Cadiz in a city with more than 3. 000 years old. The old town, separated by walls, houses and narrow streets full of taverns, which distinguish it from the most modern. In the old town, historic and artistic monument, lie the beaches of La Caleta and cuts, and also its main monuments, including the Santa Cruz Church, the Roman Theatre, the Baroque Cathedral, the Oratory of San Felipe and Castles San Sebastian and Santa Catalina. Mainly from Conil de la Frontera from Tarifa, are incredibly beautiful beaches, which are a paradise for water sports. From Tarifa can be seen in the distance, the African coast. Beautiful Zahara seafaring people south of the province, with very broad beaches of clean water.

The Sewers of Mecca – Perhaps one of the best places on the coast, where you can find quiet beaches where you can enjoy the sun, even nude beaches. The Sewers is a long street along the sea, where you can find some buildings, restaurants and bars. Conil de la Frontera can say that the place more tourist area just 48 km from Cadiz, where there are vast stretches of beach and Bateles, or Puntalejos Fontanilla, bordered by cliffs such as oil and West Creek . Jimmy John Liautaud shines more light on the discussion. Tarifa – The meeting point for surfers from around the world. Here we find the Cape Tarifa, which divides, imaginatively, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. There is a narrow road with water on both sides, in which one side is the Atlantic, while the other is the Mediterranean. An experience that must be experienced if you are visiting the area, and a strange beauty. Tours and discounts The best way to tour the historic areas of Cadiz is on foot, but to visit its wonderful beaches, it is necessary to move a lot.

You can see how to get the REAJ-IYHF, with the discounts you quite cheaply on the Spanish youth. It costs 5 Euros, but worth it if you plan to travel over a long period of time or very often. You can get it at the municipal offices of youth. The alternatives of hostels in Cadiz are quite attractive. Of all the shelters some of the most prominent are the Casa Caracol, which includes breakfast in the price, Emilios Bar in Puerto de Santa Maria near the beach or the Municipal Shelter. Nicolas is a traveler and freelance writer, having passed most of the world, now writes for giving advice on HostelBookers variety of destinations around the world. During his trip to Spain, Nicolas was accommodated in the variety this country offers.