Beaches near Conil de la Frontera

Los Bateles

Los Bateles

Beach located in front of Conil de la Frontera where you can enjoy a wide variety of services, and which is highly recommended for Wind-Surfing.Ver más
La Fontanilla

La Fontanilla

It starts in the town centre of Conil and ends at the coves of Cabo Roche. It has a wide variety of services and facilities for the public.Ver más
Fuente del Gallo

Fuente del Gallo

Beach crossed by a steep cliff, where the sand disappears completely at high tide, and which is suitable for Wind-Surfing.Ver más
Castilnovo

Castilnovo

Castilnovo Beach is a virgin beach, with a wild aspect, where the waves and the wind have a great strength for the practice of Wind-Surfing.Ver más
Calas del Quinto y Camacho

Calas del Quinto y Camacho

The coves known as Calas del Quinto are three small coves called Cala Melchor, Cala Pitones and Cala Sudario, all of them in the middle of a natural environment and bordered by reddish earth cliffs.Ver más
Cala del Aceite

Cala del Aceite

A cove of fine sand and turquoise waters sheltered from the wind by cliffs and accessed by means of some steps.Ver más
Calas de Poniente

Calas de Poniente

Calas de Poniente is the name given to seven small coves in a virgin state: Cala Encendida, Cala Aspero, Cala Pato, Cala Medina and Cala Frailecillo, all of them of great beauty and similar characteristics.Ver más
El Palmar

El Palmar

A kilometre-long beach where you can enjoy great tranquillity, only disturbed by the wind in the area, ideal for practising wind-surfing.Ver más
Roche

Roche

A beach of great extension and excellent sand located in a quiet area of single-family residences, which hardly has any services or facilities for public use.Ver más
Playa Mangueta

Playa Mangueta

It is an isolated beach, with scattered vegetation.Ver más
El Puerco (La loma del puerco)

El Puerco (La loma del puerco)

It is the continuation of the Playa de la Barrosa, although in this case it has hardly any services. It is sheltered by small cliffs with access stairs to the beach.Ver más
Zahora

Zahora

Excellent beach of fine sand and strong wind, with beautiful views of Cape Trafalgar. Suitable for surfing, wind-surfing, sailing and fishing.Ver más
Caños de Meca (LosCaños de Meca)

Caños de Meca (LosCaños de Meca)

The beach of Faro de Trafalgar, located in the surroundings of “Caños de Meca”, has an extensive strip of golden sand and very clear waters.Ver más
La Barrosa

La Barrosa

It is an urbanised and very frequented beach, although it is recommended as it is very comfortable due to its size and the variety of services available, as well as the quality of its sand.Ver más
Punta de las Piedras

Punta de las Piedras

Punta de las Piedras Beach is a beach in a natural state, with dunes, coastal pine groves and cliffs of great beauty.Ver más
Hierbabuena

Hierbabuena

It is a beach close to the Port of Barbate, with views of the Natural Park of La Breña y Marismas de Barbate, with sand dunes and leafy pine woods. Diving, fishing and wind-surfing, among others, are practised here.Ver más
Sancti-Petri (Lavaculos)

Sancti-Petri (Lavaculos)

Fantastic beach for wind-surfing, especially near the fishing port, where spectacular wind currents form between this beach and the beach of El Castillo. In the residential area it is ideal for scuba-diving and windsurfing.Ver más
El Carmen

El Carmen

Urban beach located next to the Port of Barbate, with a large promenade and very well equipped, where wind-surfing and angling are practised.Ver más
El Castillo

El Castillo

Playa del Castillo is a continuation of Playa Camposoto, in a natural state with dunes and marshes of great scenic value and only accessible on foot from this beach or by swimming from Sancti-Petri, which makes it one of the most beautiful beaches in the area.Ver más
Camposoto

Camposoto

A rustic beach located in a flat, semi-wild environment where the wind blows strongly and which can be reached by car through the marshes. It is divided into two sections: Camposoto, with more services and less wild, and El Castillo, more natural.Ver más
Cañillos (Del Botero)

Cañillos (Del Botero)

A large, rustic beach made up of fine sand. With very strong winds, there are hardly any facilities or services available.Ver más
La Anegada (Marcelo)

La Anegada (Marcelo)

Playa de la Anegada is a natural beach, with its surface on two levels and very irregular, which forms part of a military zone where passage is restricted.Ver más
Playa de la Casería (Playa de la Casería de Ossio)

Playa de la Casería (Playa de la Casería de Ossio)

A muddy beach, not very sandy. It is located to the northwest of San Fernando, bathed by the waters of the Bay.Ver más
Zahara de los Atunes

Zahara de los Atunes

This beach stretches from Zahara to Cabo de Plata, where it takes its name from a beautiful urbanisation, “La Atlanterra”. It has all kinds of equipment for sailing, wind-surfing and fishing.Ver más
El Chato (Urrutia)

El Chato (Urrutia)

This beach, together with Playa de la Anegada, is also known as Playa Urrutia and is located between Playa Cortadura and Playa de Camposoto, access being through the former.Ver más
Atlanterra

Atlanterra

It is the continuation of the beach of Zahara de los Atunes. It takes its name from a nearby urbanisation of single-family houses in Cabo de la Plata. It has all the services.Ver más
La Cachucha

La Cachucha

This golden sand beach is located in the town centre of Puerto Real, in the Bay of Cádiz.Ver más
La Media Luneta

La Media Luneta

Beach in the town centre of Puerto Real, with golden sand.Ver más
Cortadura

Cortadura

This beach is very close to the motorway on the outskirts of Cádiz, where characteristic dunes are formed with an excellent sandy surface.Ver más
La Ministra (Río San Pedro)

La Ministra (Río San Pedro)

Family beach in the neighbourhood of Río San Pedro.Ver más
Calita de la Bocana del Río (Río San Pedro)

Calita de la Bocana del Río (Río San Pedro)

Beach excluded from the Beach Plan due to the strong currents in its waters. Used by fishermen.Ver más
El Conchal (Río San Pedro)

El Conchal (Río San Pedro)

Family beach sheltered from the easterly winds.Ver más
La Victoria

La Victoria

It is the sandy beach of Cádiz par excellence, being a very popular beach due to all the services available to bathers.Ver más
Los Alemanes

Los Alemanes

A semi-urban beach of fine golden sand, with a medium level of occupation, which stretches from Cabo de la Plata to Cabo de Gracia. Protected by the Junta de Andalucía.Ver más
Santa María del Mar (Playa de las Mujeres)

Santa María del Mar (Playa de las Mujeres)

Santa María del Mar is the smallest and most secluded of all the beaches and can be reached by ramps or by the spiral staircase that separates this beach from Playa de la Victoria.Ver más
Cañillos (Del Botero)

Cañillos (Del Botero)

It is a large, rustic beach made up of fine sand. With very strong winds, there are hardly any facilities or services available.Ver más
La Anegada (Marcelo)

La Anegada (Marcelo)

Playa de la Anegada is a beach in its natural state, with its surface on two levels and very irregular, which forms part of a military zone where passage is restricted.Ver más
Playa de la Casería (Playa de la Casería de Ossio)

Playa de la Casería (Playa de la Casería de Ossio)

Mud beach, not very sandy. It is located to the northwest of San Fernando, bathed by the waters of the Bay.Ver más
Zahara de los Atunes

Zahara de los Atunes

This beach stretches from Zahara to Cabo de Plata, where it takes its name from a beautiful residential area, “La Atlanterra”. It has all kinds of facilities for sailing, wind-surfing and fishing.Ver más
El Chato (Urrutia)

El Chato (Urrutia)

This beach, together with Playa de la Anegada, is also known as Playa Urrutia and is located between Playa Cortadura and Playa de Camposoto, access being through the former.Ver más
Atlanterra

Atlanterra

It is the continuation of Playa de Zahara de los Atunes. It takes its name from a nearby urbanisation of single-family houses in Cabo de la Plata. It has all the services.Ver más
La Cachucha

La Cachucha

Golden sandy beach, located in the town of Puerto Real, in the Bay of Cadiz.Ver más
La Media Luneta

La Media Luneta

Beach in the town centre of Puerto Real, with golden sand.Ver más
Cortadura

Cortadura

Beach very close to the motorway on the outskirts of Cádiz, where characteristic dunes are formed with an excellent sand surface.Ver más
La Ministra (Río San Pedro)

La Ministra (Río San Pedro)

Family beach in the neighbourhood of Río San Pedro.Ver más
Calita de la Bocana del Río (Río San Pedro)

Calita de la Bocana del Río (Río San Pedro)

Beach excluded from the Beach Plan due to the strong currents in its waters. Used by fishermen.Ver más
El Conchal (Río San Pedro)

El Conchal (Río San Pedro)

A family beach sheltered from the Levante winds.Ver más
La Victoria

La Victoria

This is the beach of Cádiz par excellence, being a very popular beach due to all the services available to bathers.Ver más
Los Alemanes

Los Alemanes

It is a semi-urban beach, with fine golden sand, with a medium level of occupation, which stretches from Cabo de la Plata to Cabo de Gracia. Protected by the Junta de Andalucía.Ver más
Santa María del Mar (Playa de las Mujeres)

Santa María del Mar (Playa de las Mujeres)

Santa María del Mar is the smallest and most secluded of all the beaches and can be reached by ramps or by the spiral staircase that separates this beach from Playa de la Victoria.Ver más