Calas de Poniente, also known as Calas de Roche, is formed by six small coves of extraordinary beauty and small size in the northern area of the coast of Conil de la Frontera. The essence of Calas de Poniente is that there is nothing built around it. You will spend a day in total contact with nature. You will never forget the impressive and orange sunsets here.
Calas de Poniente, also known as Calas de Roche, is formed by small bays of extraordinary beauty and small size in the northern area of the coast of Conil de la Frontera. There are six: Cala Encendida, Cala Aspero, Cala Tío Juan Media, Cala Pato, Cala Medina and Cala Frailecillo.
With a virgin appearance and similar characteristics among them, they are sheltered from the easterly wind and become a perfect alternative for those days. At the top of the coves there is free car park. In addition, you can access the coves by means of walkways or paths that lead to the stairs through which you can go down. The access can be complicated for people with mobility problems, because it is not enabled for them.
The essence of Calas de Poniente is that there is nothing built around it. It does not offer any service; no beach bars, no toilets, no local police. You will spend a day in total contact with nature. It is an excellent idea if you want to spend a day with your crush, family or friends on a different beach.
It should be noted the impressive and orange sunsets offered by these Calas de Poniente in Conil. Without a doubt, it will be difficult to forget.
On the other hand, in many of them you can practise nudism. They also have access by stairs to save the great slope of the cliffs that protect them.
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