Playa de la Victoria, in Cádiz, is the best known city beach in the new part of the city. It has a wide promenade that offers a wide range of restaurants and leisure activities.
Playa de la Victoria, in Cádiz, is the best known city beach in the new part of the city. Located between the beaches of Santa María del Mar and Cortadura, it has a wide promenade along its entire length. This offers a wide range of restaurants and leisure where you can taste the local cuisine.
This is the longest beach in the city of Cádiz. It has easy access and is considered one of the best city beaches in all of Spain. It has fine golden sand and, although there are no rocks in the sand area, there are some sections of the water that do.
There are showers and footbath in different phases throughout Playa de la Victoria. It also has several ramps for people with reduced mobility. Beach services for both surveillance and cleaning are available.
You can find beach bars and numerous restaurants of all kinds where you can taste local food. In addition, it has several hotels on the seafront.
There is an area that is enabled for sports with several beach football fields and rugby goals. It is not usually a surfing area, such as Cortadura or Santa María del Mar.
You can find several car parks along Playa de la Victoria, few free and paid parking areas (blue zone in summer).
Its many services also include loudspeakers, containers and bins, WC and adapted WC. Access walkways, hammock rental, sports area, playground for children in the sand and educational and recreational activities for young people.
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