Playa Chica, Los Lances, Valdevaqueros, Punta Paloma ...
Tarifa has one of the largest beaches in Spain: almost 38 km of sandy beaches and shallow clear waters with the confluence Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea
Its imposing nature, landscapes and trails. Its stories and legends, gastronomy, the hospitality of its people ...
Over 14 kilometers from Africa, Tarifa is very near from Morocco, Ceuta and Gibraltar, making it a good starting point to find a lot of different cultures, all at a few minutes.
Strait of Gibraltar is the point on the planet where most species of cetaceans can be seen in one day: dolphins, orcas, sperm whales, fin whales, pilot whales ...
Whale watching is an unforgettable experience
If you like the world of horses, you known to take long walks in the countryside, along the beach or through the green pines is one of the most rewarding things you can do.
Take a walk through beautiful places that lead us to the sea and admire the marvels of these sites
The Strait of Gibraltar is a place where weather conditions are quite special. The relief channels the wind that can take two different directions: west and east (called Poniente and Levante)
Brutally accelerates and reaches up to 40 and 50 knots.