Travelling to Ceuta means enjoying Africa’s excellent climate, its magnificent beaches and a wide range of leisure activities and services… without forgetting to speak Spanish!
This autonomous community is an excellent holiday destination that has not yet been exploited too much by tourism in our country… Do you want to be convinced? Here we leave you a summary of some of its beaches, don’t miss them!
– La Ribera: A golden sandy beach next to the town centre, with plenty of services and facilities for a perfect holiday.
– Miramar: This is a regular fishing area, so as well as resting all day lying on its soft sand, you can also take out your fishing rod from the moment it gets dark?
– Punta Blanca: Unlike the previous ones, this is a more isolated beach, a white sandy area surrounded by green vegetation and beautiful landscapes that will help you to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the city.
– Calamocarro: It is a neighbouring beach to the previous one, so it has practically the same natural conditions.
– El Chorrillo: This is the largest and also the most visited beach in the whole autonomous region, which is undoubtedly due to its magnificent natural conditions and its excellent facilities for tourism, which have awarded it the European Blue Flag.
– Cala Desnarigado: It is clear that behind its name hides a curious story that unfortunately we cannot tell you today. What we can assure you is that it is a beautiful and quite isolated beach where you can enjoy the whitish sand, the clean waters and the beautiful surrounding landscape of rocks and vegetation.
– Benítez: This is the most bustling and atmospheric beach in the northern bay, as it is located right next to the west pier of the port of Ceuta. Although it has everything you need within easy reach, it is a little too crowded for our liking.
Other beautiful beaches are those of Benítez, Benzú, El Sarchal or El Tarajal.