The Costa de la Luz is divided between the provinces of Cadiz and Huelva. In Cadiz you can enjoy 260 km of coastline, where you will find opportunities for everyone: huge sandy beaches, small coves surrounded by high cliffs, pristine beaches or beaches with all amenities. And all lapped by crystal clear waters.

 

Conil de la Frontera

 

Beaches of Conil

 

Castilnovo: great unspoilt sandy beach, with ideal conditions for windsurfing.

Bateles: sandy beach located in the village of Conil. It is equipped with all services.

Fontanilla: This is a semi-urban sandy beach, also provided services.

Fuente del Gallo: sandy beach extends beneath the cliffs of Conil. At high tide the sand practically disappears at low tide and is ideal for walking. It is adjacent to the Fuente del Gallo.

Calas de Quinto: is a set of three small coves called Camacho, Shroud and Pythons, which are sheltered from the red cliffs. They are nudists.

Cala del Aceite: beautiful cove with turquoise waters. It is quite sheltered when the wind blows from the east. Access is via a ladder.

Calas de Poniente: also called a set of six coves. Cala On, Rough Creek, Duck Creek, Cala Medina and Cala Frailecillo. You can practice nudism.

Playa de Roche: wonderful sandy beach not too frequented.

 

In the surrounding area

 

El Palmar: Very close to Conil. Beautiful beaches, beautiful and large, ideal for surf and windsurf.

 

 

Los Caños de Meca, Zahora and Trafalgar beach: Amazing beaches, part of Barbate less then 25 km away from Conil.

 

Other beaches in the Province

Tarifa: playa de los Lances, playa de los Alemanes, Valdevaqueros ( winsurf and  kitesurf paradise) and playa de Bolonia,  30 metros high sand dunes, declared natural monument of Spain.

 

 

Chiclana: Playa de la Barrosa and Sancti Petri.

Cádiz: Playa de la Victoria and Cortadura.

Puerto de Santa María: Valdelagrana, la Puntilla and  Fuentebravía.

Sanlúcar de Barrameda: Bajo de Guía.

 

Natural Parks

 

Almost half of the superficy of Andalucia is involved in a protection unit or reserve, this explains the incredible diversity and amazing nature of Cadiz.

6 different natural reserves, each with its diversity and beauty, all woth a visit.

Parque Natural de la Breña y Marismas del Barbate: umbrela pine tres that extend to the beautiful cliffs with clean cristaline waters, some with dunes, amazing from land and sea.

Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema: its main attractions are the formations caused by karstic action, such as deep canyons and systems chasms and caves and of course, the Spanish fir forest, species unique descendant of firs growing on the north side Sierra del Pinar. This saw is the Tower, with 1654 meters of altitude, is the highest point of the province.

Parque Natural de los Alcornocales: it is the largest cork oak forest in Spain and one of the largest in the world. We also find gorgeous and unique laurel forests.

Parque Natural del Estrecho: its strategic location is a key issue in the migration steps, both birds and marine animals.

Parque Natural de la Bahía de Cádiz: its location makes it different to other National Parks. In the presence of man he is mixed since ancient times, for example in the salt industry, together with the action of two natural elements: water and wind.

Parque Natural del Entorno de Doñana: enjoy the great diversity of ecosystems and their proximity to the Doñana National Park, one of the most important wetlands in Europe, makes it an ideal place for wintering birds.