Chiclana de la Frontera is a small city in the province of Cadiz that stands out for its lovely beaches. It is a perfect place for family vacations and for the sports lovers. From TUDESTINO we are bringing you all the information you might need of its beaches.
- La Barrosa Beach
- Torre del Puerco Beach
- Sancti Petri Beach
Three gems of the Cadiz coast
The most visited beach of Chiclana is La Barrosa Beach. Awarded a Blue Flag, it is one of the most popular beaches in Andalusia and among the longest ones in Spain. La Barrosa is located around 11 kilometres away from the city. It has a wide offer of restaurants and beach bars, as well as all the services necessary for spending a great day at the beach.
Lined with pine trees and with large dunes, this beach is a perfect spot for watching the sunset with the backdrop of Castle of Sancti Petri. Before spending a day at La Barrosa, make sure it is not windy. That way you will be able to enjoy yourself in one of its beach bars, eat on its lively waterfront and sunbathe on its clean golden sands.
Continuing along La Barrosa, you will find another charming beach. Torre del Puerco Beach, popularly known as the Novo Sancti Petri Beach, has a scenary that will make you feel as if you were the first person to discover it. Here, you can enjoy the sea with more tranquility. Its shallow waters make this beach a perfect place for children. Besides, Torre del Puerco Beach provides more shelter from the wind.
Sancti Petri Beach is another paradise beach, even though it is smaller than the other two. This beach has become very popular for spending the late afternoon and watching the sunset. In some parts of the beach, you can reach the dunes and areas of great ecological importance from its wooden walkways. Raising the Blue Flag, just like La Barrosa, Sancti Petri Beach is also ideal for water sport lovers.
The beaches of Chiclana de la Frontera are irresistible. We asure you that your holidays in Chiclana will seem too short and that you will make unforgettable memories on its beaches.