Surroundings

Los Caños de Meca Meca is one of the most beautiful destinations on the Spanish south coast. Once a lost refuge for hippies, today it adapts to the thrust of tourism, while trying not to lose its free spirit, its imposing wild nature and its clean beaches and coves, which make up some of the most picturesque pictures of Andalusia.

You can make interesting excursions to the Natural Park of La Breña and the nearby towns of Barbate, Conil and Vejer de la Frontera; the latter, declared a historical-artistic monument, is a perfect example of Andalusian Arabic architecture.

The Natural Park of Breña and Las Marismas de Barbate, have excellent conditions for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding with magnificent views from its cliffs (100 meters above sea level) and from its two beacon towers, formerly used to protect the coast from pirate attacks, the Tower of the Tagus of the sixteenth century and the Tower of Mecca of the nineteenth century.

In Barbate, a fishing village, the trap system is still used for tuna fishing. And Conil: mixes the beauty of white villages with the charm of the fishing villages.

Other places of interest are Zahara de los Atunes and Tarifa, with the Castle of Guzmán el Bueno and the Roman Ruins of Baelo Claudia (Bologna), as well as the Rock of Gibraltar and on the other side of the Strait the cities of Ceuta and Tangier.

A must-see is Jerez de la Frontera, capital of wine and horse and the cradle of flamenco, with its Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and its show “How do Andalusian horses dance?”.

Cadiz with more than 3,000 years of history is the oldest city in the West. Seafaring city, full of light, with strong personality and possessing important monuments such as The Cathedral, The Museum of Fine Arts, the Archaeological Museum, The Walls and their typically Andalusian neighborhoods.

And finally, the Sierra de Cádiz with its Route of the White Villages, surrounded by beautiful landscapes where we will find wonderful places like Arcos de la Frontera, Grazalema, Ubrique, El Bosque, Zahara de la Sierra, Setenil, Olvera, etc…

Surroundings

Los Caños de Meca Meca is one of the most beautiful destinations on the Spanish south coast. Once a lost refuge for hippies, today it adapts to the thrust of tourism, while trying not to lose its free spirit, its imposing wild nature and its clean beaches and coves, which make up some of the most picturesque pictures of Andalusia.

You can make interesting excursions to the Natural Park of La Breña and the nearby towns of Barbate, Conil and Vejer de la Frontera; the latter, declared a historical-artistic monument, is a perfect example of Andalusian Arabic architecture.

The Natural Park of Breña and Las Marismas de Barbate, have excellent conditions for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding with magnificent views from its cliffs (100 meters above sea level) and from its two beacon towers, formerly used to protect the coast from pirate attacks, the Tower of the Tagus of the sixteenth century and the Tower of Mecca of the nineteenth century.

In Barbate, a fishing village, the trap system is still used for tuna fishing. And Conil: mixes the beauty of white villages with the charm of the fishing villages.

Other places of interest are Zahara de los Atunes and Tarifa, with the Castle of Guzmán el Bueno and the Roman Ruins of Baelo Claudia (Bologna), as well as the Rock of Gibraltar and on the other side of the Strait the cities of Ceuta and Tangier.

A must-see is Jerez de la Frontera, capital of wine and horse and the cradle of flamenco, with its Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and its show “How do Andalusian horses dance?”.

Cadiz with more than 3,000 years of history is the oldest city in the West. Seafaring city, full of light, with strong personality and possessing important monuments such as The Cathedral, The Museum of Fine Arts, the Archaeological Museum, The Walls and their typically Andalusian neighborhoods.

And finally, the Sierra de Cádiz with its Route of the White Villages, surrounded by beautiful landscapes where we will find wonderful places like Arcos de la Frontera, Grazalema, Ubrique, El Bosque, Zahara de la Sierra, Setenil, Olvera, etc…