Vejer is one of the most beautiful white villages of whole  Andalusia. Nailed in a hill, it seems a white island that one is based with blue of the sky and the sea. It was declared historical-artistic Monument . It has narrow and twisted streets. It is walled from the average age with the castle in the center, with four original doors from access to the city. Monuments: Church of the Divine Salvador, the Convent of the Recepcionistas Nuns, the Hermitage of Our Lady of Oliva, the Seat of Spain, the House of the Mayorazgo, the district of the Judería with the arc of the Segur and the Castle (from whose battlements it is possible to be enjoyed surprising views). To the north of Vejer is natural park of Santa Lucía with a still working Roman- Arabian aqueduct and rampant vegetation oweing to the abundance of water. To the west of Santa Lucía we find  the soft hills of La Muela, a colourful mosaic of fields, pastures and natural landscapes.

Caños de Meca

Caños de Meca is located in the surroundings that the Greeks denominated columns of Hercules. Formerly a paradise for hippies and travelers. Between the sea, cliffs and pine groves is The Natural Park of the Breña that extends from Barbate to Los Caños offers us a great variety of ecosystems with a high ecological value, like the cliff of 100 mts. on the level of the sea, forest of pine, dunes, salt marshes and rocky landscape.


White houses of the small town spread down the hill ending at an endless, flat, sandy beach. The Paseo Marítimo, the beach promenade, invites for a stroll in the evening. Its fishing tradition has been conserved throughout the years and mixes the beauty of the white towns with the enchantment of the fishing villages. Magnificent fine and steep golden sand beaches and coves with crystalline waters. Monuments: Parroquia of Santa Catalina (s. XVI), the Church of El Carmen(s. XVIII), the Chapels of el Espíritu Santo and of Jesus (s. XVII), the famous Arco de la Villa, , the towers of Castilnovo, of Roche, the Puerco and the Guzman tower (s. XV). Conil is very rich in traditions and gastronomy, variety of plates elaborated in the place.

Zahara de los Atunes

Zahara de los Atunes is located to the feet of the route of the bull, its name is due to the fishing of the tuna that was made with the famous tunny nets. It has wonderful, endless long beach with fine sand. To 4 km is the Atlanterra urbanization, considered of high level. Monuments: Castle of the Tunny nets, was constructed in century XVI by Dukes de Medina-Sidonia for defense of the tunny nets and for the preparation of tunas conserves.


Tarifa is the southest city of Europe, opened to both seas. It is to 14 kms. of Africa, by the Estrecho of Gibraltar. Windsurf paradise, also called "the capital of the wind", is one of the best places of the world to practice this sport. Conserve remains from the old Arab. Its streets are narrow. Their beaches are long, wild, of light and fine sand and crystalline waters. It has two natural reserves. Monuments: Baelo Claudia (s. II a.c.), castle of Guzmán el Bueno, Church of San Mateo y San Francisco (s. XVI), santuario de la Virgen de la Cruz.