El Puerto de Santa María has a wide range of beaches, natural landscapes and places of cultural, historical and culinary interest.
The semi-urban beaches that you can go to in this municipality are Santa Catalina beach, Valdelagrana beach, Fuentebravía beach, Calita beach and Puntilla beach. You will find a wide range of leisure and catering services. The semi-unspoilt natural beaches of this area are La Muralla beach and Levante beach. Both places are endowed with charming views.
The natural spaces that can be visited are the Endorheic Basin, the Dunes of San Antón, the Marismas de los Toruños y Pinar de la Algaida and the Coto de la Isleta. There is the possibility of doing leisure activities making it have even more value for those who visit the area.
Another point of interest would be the Doña Blanca Archaeological Site, key to knowing the history of the municipality. The historical buildings that can be visited in El Puerto are the Casa Palacio de Araníbar, the Casa de los Leones and the Bullring. There are also religious buildings of great architectural beauty, such as the Priory Church and La Victoria Monastery.
To discover in depth the deep history of the city, you can visit the museums. The Municipal Museum, Sala Hospitalito y Auditorio, Rafael Alberti Foundation, Pedro Muñoz Seca Foundation and the Alfonso X El Sabio Centre stand out.
TUDESTINO offers you all the information about the cultural and historical variety to get to know the most interesting spots of El Puerto de Santa María.