Nature in Chipiona

Guide to nature in Chipiona, Province of Cádiz. Get all the info you need. Guide to parks, natural attractions, landscapes and much more.

Nature in Chipiona
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The best of nature in Chipiona

If you are a nature lover and you love spending time on the beach, we recommend to spend your holidays in Chipiona. The province of Cádiz is well known for protecting many of its natural areas in an exceptional way, rich and varied with flora and where wonderful species of different animals live.

Chipiona will amaze you with its many beaches. Playa de las Canteras, Playa de Cruz del Mar, Playa de la Regla, Playa del Camarón (or Tres Piedras) and Playa del Montijo. All of them are beautiful beaches where you can enjoy relaxing days in the sun.

Chipiona Fishing Weirs (Corrales de Pesca) are enclosed areas surrounded by a wall of porous stone, built by hand and distributed along the coastline. They form a unique landscape: they are legacy of a rural fishing culture from many centuries old, presumably Roman or Arabic.

You will find all this and more in Chipiona. TUDESTINO gives you all the information you need, as well as a set of activities that will make your time here unforgettable!

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Playa de Montijo
Playa de Montijo, in Chipiona, has an extension somewhat larger than 2 kilometres. It is located on the border with the municipality of Sanlucar de Barrameda. Semi-urban beach composed of rock, thick golden sand and gravel, with a low level of occupation and waves. There are not many services: Red Cross, wastebaskets, Local Police and...

Playa de Cruz del Mar
Playa de Cruz del Mar, in Chipiona, has an area of ​​slightly less than 1 kilometre. It is located in the same town, in the southern part of the port. This is a city beach of thick and golden sand with a very high degree of occupancy and usually calm water level. It owes its...

Chipiona Fishing Weirs
The Chipiona Fishing Weirs are enclosed areas surrounded by a wall of porous stone. These were built by hand and distributed along the Cádiz coastline. They form a unique landscape, legacy of a rural fishing culture many centuries old. It was presumably Roman or Arabic. The stones are joined by a marine conglomeration, ostiones (a genus...

Playa de Regla
Playa de Regla, in Chipiona, has an extension of just over 1 kilometre. It is considered the reference beach of this town. City beach of fine golden sand, it has a high occupancy rate. It is preferably familiar, since its level of waves is low or moderate. It has easy accessibility to tapas bars and...

Playa de las Canteras
Playa de Las Canteras, in Chipiona, is small in size (around 500 metres) and is located next to the town’s Lighthouse. Urban beach, rocky, with medium-high occupancy and a calm level of waves. With a good level of service, it is not highly recommended for swimming but it is ideal for diving. The promenade has...

Playa del Camarón / Tres Piedras
Playa del Camarón / Tres Piedras, in Chipiona, has an extension of just over 1.5 kilometres. It is located next to the Playa de Regla. Semi-urban of fine golden sand, with a medium degree of occupation and a moderate level of waves. You can practise all kinds of sports. Its services include access on foot, rental...

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