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Conil

Conil

Conil is a charming town, with a seafaring tradition, and friendly people who will do their best to make you decide to return. Conil has wide almost virgin beaches of fine white sand, where you can sunbathe and take a good dip. Among these beaches are El Roqueo, La fontanilla, Los Bateles, El Chorrillo and more among the cliffs are the coves of Roche, La Cala del Aceite, La Fuente del Gallo and Puntalejos. In our gastronomy you will be able to taste specialties such as canned tuna, melva and almadraba roe, mackerel or octopus and salted fish, as well as the typical fried fish. It is also a perfect place for practicing sports related to the sea: Surfing, Kite-surfing and Diving. Strolling through its narrow and typical streets is a pleasure.

Vejer

Vejer

WHITE VILLAGES ROUTES

White Villages Routes

The Cádiz mountain range, with a rich architectural heritage, stretches to the north of the province along a steep, beautiful, green and thrilling route: the Trail of the Whitewashed Villages. Arcos de la Frontera, granted the historic-artistic designation, is one of the most famous whitewashed villages. It is followed by Ubrique, El Bosque and Prado del Rey, not only famous for their stunning scenery, but also for their arts and crafts. Algar, Algodonales, El Gastor, Puerto Serrano and Villaluenga del Rosario are also part of the trail. Then there are Benaocaz, Bornos, Espera, Villamartín and Olvera, each one with its typical fiestas, castles and idiosyncrasies. The trail goes deep into the Grazalema Nature Reserve, declared a Biosphere Reserve. Here you must visit the town of the same name, and Zahara de la Sierra, which has one of the most dramatic landscapes in the area. Finally, you will find Alcalá del Valle and Setenil de las Bodegas, with their unusual layout of houses built into the mountain, following the river's.

Visita al parque de Doñana

Visit to the Doñana National park

Doñana is a land of contrasts made up of a mosaic of different landscapes, home to a wide variety of animal and plant species. Its size and strategic location make this nature area an important winter destination for migratory birds. Doñana is one of the most important wetland areas in Europe. The Doñana Nature Area, comprising its Nature Park and National Park, is a true paradise for ornithologists. At the beginning of autumn and throughout the winter thousands of goose and duck species can be seen here following their arrival from Northern Europe. In spring and summer, storks, herons and swallows, amongst other species, arrive from Africa in search of food and milder weather. Doñana is unique for its wide variety of different landscapes. El Coto del Rey, El Abalario and El Pinar de la Algaida are home to large stone pine woods and dense Mediterranean scrub that provide a suitable habitat for the emblematic Iberian lynx and various birds of prey such as the golden eagle.

Cádiz

Cádiz

Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans peopled this province and left behind an important testimony of their presence all along the Cadiz coast. What’s more, a series of historic milestones highlight how closely Cadiz is linked to the rest of the Iberian peninsula: in 711, the Muslims conquered these lands by defeating the Visigoths at the Guadalete river, thus changing the course of history; on three occasions Columbus’ ships set sail from here on his voyages to the New World, and arrived home in these same ports, which over time were transformed into a meeting point for the cultural currents between Andalusia and America; finally, another important event was the signing in Cadiz in 1812 of the first Spanish Constitution, which made the city into the capital of the nation for three years. Its 260 kilometres of Atlantic coastline feature long beaches with fine sand, many of them undeveloped and not excessively exploited for tourism. The whole coast is part of the Costa de la Luz. You will find everything from first-rate urban beaches like La Victoria in the city of Cadiz or La Barrosa in Chiclana, through to virgin beaches such as the Levante in El Puerto; Los Caños de Meca and Zahora in the Barbate area, Bolonia in Tarifa and El Palmar in Vejer. Places worth visiting inland include the vineyards of Jerez or the White Villages Route and the Bullfighting Route. 
At only 30 minutes from the Camping you'll find the city of Cadiz!

Sevilla

Seville

The Guadalquivir river –the ancient Betis– flows between the foothills of the Sierra Morena to the north and the Sierra Sur mountains in the south, irrigating a rich and fertile valley. In its lower course, 70 kilometres from the sea, is the ancient city of Seville, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Andalusia and of the largest and most densely populated province in Andalusia. The towns and cities on the shores of the river are living testimony to its historic and cultural past. Seville, the emblematic city of universal renown, has been Arab, Jewish and Roman, and its river and its river port have served as a privileged destination for trade with the West Indies. Its art and folklore make this an exceptional tourist destination. The province of Seville is a mosaic of cultures whose roots are buried in the remote past. The great river basin of the Guadalquivir, the Sierra Morena mountains and the marshes of the Doñana Nature Reserve offer visitors a scenic map of extensive wetlands, and a sanctuary for a variety of birdlife; you can explore mountain paths among lush Mediterranean vegetation, contemplate the fighting bulls grazing in pastures dotted with ancient holm oaks, or lose yourself in gently sloping lands with inviting villages and monumental cities which are living testimony to a historic past of unparalleled splendour.

Toros bravos

Toros bravos

A campo abierto, enjoy a visit to Alvaro Domecq´s Los Alburejos estate in Medina Sidonia to see Torrestrella´s renowed Spanish fighting bulls and horses. Discover the life of these wonderful animals in the freedom of the Andalusian countryside: The Fighting bulls. The stud bull with the cows and their calves. The bullocks (used for leading the bulls in open countryside. The mares with their foals. Riders and horses performing classical and andalusian dressage.

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