Beaches near Tarifa

Playa Chica

Playa Chica

A small beach located between the port and the island of Tarifa with beautiful views but not too charming to enjoy a swim given its location and the prevailing wind in the area. Protected by the Junta de Andalucia.Ver más
Los Lances Sur

Los Lances Sur

It is an excellent beach for kite-surfing and wind-surfing due to the prevailing wind conditions and its facilities and variety of services. Protected by the Junta de Andalucía.Ver más
Los Lances Norte

Los Lances Norte

This beach has the best conditions for kite-surfing and wind-surfing, as well as all the necessary equipment, including several clubs for these sports.Ver más
Valdevaqueros

Valdevaqueros

It is a rustic beach, very large, clean and with blue waters and dune formations where the wind blows excellent for wind-surfing. Protected by the Junta de Andalucía.Ver más
Cala Arenas

Cala Arenas

Cala Arenas is a succession of three coves of similar characteristics, made up of rocks and gravel, which are accessed from a path with a lot of vegetation that starts at the Getares housing development.Ver más
Bolonia

Bolonia

This wild beach of white sand is considered as the paradise of Wind-Surfing due to the strong wind that reigns. Protected by the Junta de Andalucia.Ver más
Getares

Getares

Beach surrounded by mountains with lots of vegetation, which takes its name from the urbanisation in which it is located, and which has several services that make it very comfortable to use.Ver más
El Cañuelo

El Cañuelo

Playa del Cañuelo is a beach with a natural environment, with excellent vegetation, fine sand, crystalline waters and which can be reached from the Camarina lighthouse.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
El Rinconcillo

El Rinconcillo

It is the largest beach in Algeciras. Its great length and the availability of facilities and services make it the most visited beach by the inhabitants of the area.Ver más
Benzú

Benzú

It is located next to a village with green, mottled mountains that end abruptly at the back. It is the last beach on the northern bay, bordering Morocco. From here, on clear days in the west, you can clearly see the peninsula.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 available.Ver más
Palmones

Palmones

It is a beach very close to Algeciras, surrounded by an industrial environment which makes it less attractive. The promenade runs transversally to the beach, along the mouth of the river.Ver más
Punta Blanca

Punta Blanca

Located outside the urban area of Ceuta, the northern road that runs along the pine-covered hills leads to this beach, which offers a panoramic view that brings together the coasts of two continents.Ver más
Calamocarro

Calamocarro

Beach located outside the urban area of Ceuta. It is surrounded by pine trees and enjoys very blue, transparent and cold waters.Ver más
Guadarranque

Guadarranque

This beach is located in the neighbourhood of Guadarranque, on the outskirts of Algeciras, in an industrial and rather neglected environment. The archaeological site of Carteia is located in the surrounding area.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 facilities for sailing, wind-surfing and fishing.Ver más
Benítez (segundo tramo)

Benítez (segundo tramo)

It is the busiest beach in the North Bay and is attached to the Poniente quay.Ver más
Campamento (Puente Mayorga)

Campamento (Puente Mayorga)

This beach is located between the neighbourhoods of Campamento and Puente Mayorga, on the outskirts of Algeciras. It has toilets, telephone, litter bins, amphibious chairs for the disabled and daily cleaning service.Ver más
Benítez (primer tramo)

Benítez (primer tramo)

It is the busiest beach in the North Bay and is attached to the Poniente quay.Ver más
Playa de Poniente (Del Espigón)

Playa de Poniente (Del Espigón)

Small sandy beach very close to the road in front of La Línea de la Concepción, which makes it very busy.Ver más
Tramaguera

Tramaguera

Beach near the Tarajal border.Ver más
Almadraba

Almadraba

It is located in the Almadraba area, next to Miramar Beach.Ver más
El Tarajal

El Tarajal

Beach adjacent to the customs house of the same name, which separates Spain from Morocco.Ver más
Miramar

Miramar

It is located in the south-western part of Ceuta.Ver más
Juan XIII

Juan XIII

This beach is located next to the traditional tuna drying sheds and “volaores” of Ceuta.Ver más
El Chorrillo

El Chorrillo

It is divided by breakwaters on the southern side of the city and borders the monumental area, with the moat and one of its walls. Nearby you can find the famous “bonitos” and “volaores” of Ceuta.Ver más
Playa de Levante (Santa Barbara)

Playa de Levante (Santa Barbara)

Playa de la Victoria is a city beach, very popular with visitors and locals alike.Ver más
La Ribera

La Ribera

It is the beach in the centre of the city and therefore the busiest. It is home to the Moat and the Royal Walls.Ver más
La Atunara (Playa de levante)

La Atunara (Playa de levante)

Beach located between Santa Bárbara and La Atunara beaches, with little tourist attraction, but well equipped.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
San Amaro

San Amaro

Located in the northern part of Mount Hacho, it lies on the outside of the Levante quay.Ver más
Playa Santa Catalina

Playa Santa Catalina

This beach is located at the beginning of Monte Hacho.Ver más
Cala del Sarchal

Cala del Sarchal

Beach with impressive cliffs and spectacular views of the southern bay of Ceuta and the neighbouring country of Morocco.Ver más
La Atunara (Sobrevela)

La Atunara (Sobrevela)

Nowadays this beach is known as Sobrevela. This dark sandy beach is home to a fishing port of the same name.Ver más
El Desnarigado (Playa de la Torrecilla)

El Desnarigado (Playa de la Torrecilla)

Cove on the southern edge of Mount Hacho. Under the slopes of the mountain that shelters it, the transparency of its waters can be appreciated. Above and on one edge is the fortress that gives its name to the beach, which has been converted into a military museum.Ver más
El Burgo (Torrenueva)

El Burgo (Torrenueva)

This beach is characterised by its large size and grey sand, being a quiet area.Ver más
Playa de Poniente (Del Espigón)

Playa de Poniente (Del Espigón)

A small sandy beach very close to the road in front of La Línea de la Concepción, which makes it very busy.Ver más
Tramaguera

Tramaguera

Beach close to the Tarajal border.Ver más
Almadraba

Almadraba

It is located in the Almadraba area, next to Miramar Beach.Ver más
El Tarajal

El Tarajal

This beach is adjacent to the customs house of the same name, which separates Spain from Morocco.Ver más
Miramar

Miramar

It is located in the south-western part of Ceuta.Ver más
Juan XIII

Juan XIII

Beach located next to the traditional tuna drying sheds and “volaores” of Ceuta.Ver más
El Chorrillo

El Chorrillo

It is divided by breakwaters on the southern side of the city and borders the monumental area, with the moat and one of its walls. Nearby you can find the famous “bonitos” and “volaores” of Ceuta.Ver más
Playa de Levante (Santa Barbara)

Playa de Levante (Santa Barbara)

Beach in the city, very popular with visitors and locals.Ver más
La Ribera

La Ribera

It is the beach in the centre of the city and therefore the busiest. It is home to the Moat and the Royal Walls.Ver más
La Atunara (Playa de levante)

La Atunara (Playa de levante)

Beach located between Santa Bárbara Beach and La Atunara Beach, with little tourist attraction, but well equipped.Ver más
Cañillos (Del Botero)

Cañillos (Del Botero)

Rustic beach of great extension composed of fine sand. With very strong winds, there are hardly any facilities or services available.Ver más
San Amaro

San Amaro

Located in the northern part of Mount Hacho, it lies on the outside of the Levante quay.Ver más
Playa Santa Catalina

Playa Santa Catalina

Beach located at the beginning of Monte Hacho.Ver más
Cala del Sarchal

Cala del Sarchal

Beach with impressive cliffs and spectacular views of the southern bay of Ceuta and the neighbouring country of Morocco.Ver más
La Atunara (Sobrevela)

La Atunara (Sobrevela)

This beach is currently known as Sobrevela. A dark sandy beach with a fishing port of the same name.Ver más
El Desnarigado (Playa de la Torrecilla)

El Desnarigado (Playa de la Torrecilla)

Cove on the southern edge of Mount Hacho. Under the slopes of the mountain that shelters it, the transparency of its waters can be appreciated. Above and on one edge is the fortress that gives its name to the beach, which has been converted into a military museum.Ver más
El Burgo (Torrenueva)

El Burgo (Torrenueva)

This beach is characterised by its large size and grey sand, and is a quiet area.Ver más