Conil de la Frontera is one of the most important tourist destinations in the province of Cadiz. All beaches that are surrounding Conil are wonderful. The white houses, the narrow streets, the monuments to visit, the colors, the sunsets…, generally a place to forget about the big cities. The biggest celebration in Conil de la Frontera is the Feria, the town”s annual traditional party week. Apart from other great events like Easter, you can discover some fantastic events like the Fiesta del Carmen or the night of Juan and Juana which is the night that welcomes the summer.


One of the attractive places in Conil are the beauty of the 14 km long Coast. Long and big beaches with white sand and clear water and of course the cliffs, surrounded from pine forest.

• Castilnovo
• Los Bateles
• La Fontanilla
• El Roqueo
• Fuente del Gallo y Roche
• Cala del Aceite
• Cala del Pato
• Cala Encendida…


Cadiz, one of the oldest city in western Europe has 3,000 years of history. Surrounded by the sea‚ Cádiz is a typically Andalusian city with a wealth of attractive vistas and well-preserved historical landmarks. The older part of Cádiz within the remnants of the city walls is commonly referred to as the Old Town (Spanish: Casco Antiguo). It is characterized by the antiquity of its various quarters (barrios), among them El Pópulo, La Viña, and Santa María, which present a marked contrast to the newer areas of town. While the Old City”s street plan consists of narrow winding alleys connecting large plazas, newer areas of Cádiz typically have wide avenues and more modern buildings. In addition, the city is dotted with numerous parks where exotic plants flourish, including giant trees supposedly brought to Spain by Columbus from the New World.


Jerez, home of Sherry and the birthplace of Flamenco. Start your exploration of the city centre in the Plaza del Arenal. Head north out of the square along Calle Consistorio, stop to look at the old walls, encased in glass. At the far end of the street is the Plaza de la Asunción. The church has right angles, it is dedicated to Dionisio, the patron saint of Jerez. Take a short detour to the north to peep into the Andalucian Flamenco Centre. The Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Arts on Avenida Duque de Brabrantes. The complex opens 11am-2pm Monday-Saturday. Visitors can watch the horses training in the indoor arena. For many people, the culture associated with Jerez is viticulture. A number of these Bodegas are open to visitors. Jerez”s main shopping drag is Calle Larga, the street continues from Calle Lanceria. The cathedral opens to visitors from 11.30am-1pm and 6.30-8pm Monday-Saturday; 11am-2pm and 7-9.30pm on Sunday.


Vejer is a true gem on the Costa de la Luz! Vejer is a Moorish looking hilltop town (190 metres above sea level) a place of white-washed houses, narrow winding streets, excellent food and wine. Many of the streets are too narrow for cars and as you walk around if you look through an open doorway you are likely to see beautiful inner patios with lots of flowers and plants. The main square is Plaza de España, pictured below with its beautiful fountain. Many parts of the town have views to the sea and you can even see the Moroccan coast on a clear day.