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The small town of Tarifa, of just 18,000 inhabitants, is a tourist destination located 100 kilometres from Cadiz and 150 km from Malaga airport, recognized for having some of the best beaches of Andalusia and for its strong winds. This place is unique in Andalusia as it can presume being bathed by different seas, the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Tarifa has its own fishing and passenger port, which, being the closest port to Africa, works as a main ferry connection to Tangier. The African continent can be seen easily from the municipality.
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If you want to enjoy the best beaches of Tarifa, note down the following and spend a day at one of the beaches of Los Lances, Valdevaqueros and don´t forget to visit the pristine beach of Bolonia. In these areas it is common to see people practice their favourite water sport, taking advantage of the strong winds that are experienced here.
Kites, surfing, wind surfing, kite surfing, water skiing are some of the activities preferred by swimmers. Other alternatives include scuba diving, watching dolphins, horseback riding or mountain climbing.
Among the interesting places to visit we find Puerta de Jerez or the Castle of Guzman el Bueno, near the port of Tarifa and the city wall. You can visit the square where stands the City Hall, the charming streets of the town and as most important Christian building we highlight the parish church of San Mateo from the sixteenth century.
The Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia are definitely a great find and interesting landmark; studies show that they were built by the Romans at the end of the second century B. C. The passage of time and battles left the city Baelo Claudia reduced to the beautiful remains that today can be seen. After visiting the ruins you might be interested in paying a visit to the museum, located in the same place.
The Castle of Santa Catalina is a nineteenth-century Renaissance palace which is still standing only a few meters from the beach. From the 70's to late 90's next to the castle there was a meteorological observatory. Isla de las Palomas is a small peninsula connected to Tarifa by a little road. Currently these facilities belong to the Civil Guard.
Visiting all these attractions in Tarifa is possible and easy, thanks to tours and day trips that we organize for you a personalized way.
If you need to get to Tarifa from Malaga airport, below there is a map with the itinerary.
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