Cadiz Villages and Spain travel tips

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Cadiz Villages

Whether you're going to Cadiz directly as if you decide to take a few days from Malaga, in Cadiz you can find places of great beauty where you can spend a day at the beach in Tarifa or practice some rural tourism in one of the white villages of the mountain ranges of Cadiz, typical Andalusian white villages within the Natural Park of Grazalema.

Considering that you have a few days, we will recommend some destinations in Cadiz you cannot miss:

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How could it be otherwise, knowing that many of you come to enjoy the beach and swimming in the sea, our first recommendation is Tarifa. This town well known by surfers also preserves Roman ruins in Bologna, located on the outskirts of Tarifa.

Tarifa's beaches of white sand and clear waters also have nude beach area, an area completely natural for you to enjoy the most your day at the beach.

In the evening you can stroll through the old town of Tarifa, where you find one of the old gates which originally formed part of a wall surrounding the entire population as a means of protection.

Arcos de la Frontera

This town is located at the entrance of Sierra de Grazalema, considered as the gateway to the white villages of Cadiz.

The streets of this town are typical Andalusian, narrow, winding along the terrain lined with little white houses. A walk through the streets and have lunch on a terrace overlooking the town is a pleasant experience.


At only 47 km from Arcos de la Frontera is situated one of many mountain roads you can find in southern Spain, featuring a mountainous relief and offering beautiful views along the road.

After arriving in Grazalema, in addition to strolling around town and viewing the mountains of Cadiz from its viewpoint, we can enjoy their cheeses and sausages.

From Grazalema take place organized walks that can take all morning, ideal if you choose to rest in some hotel of Grazalema.

Zahara de la Sierra

13 km from Grazalema is situated this village is ideal for rural tourism and to enjoy nature. From Zahara de la Sierra are available excursions on horseback or on foot through the Natural Park of the Sierra de Grazalema.

Typical product of this place is its oil.

Puerto de Santa Maria

This city is ideal for the typical seafood of Cadiz. Located near the Natural Park of Bahia de Cadiz, Jerez de la Frontera and the provincial capital, which can be accessed using a ship known as "The Steamer".

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