On May 29th, Dutch tour operator TUI Netherlands held a conference on sustainable tourism at the Fuerte Hotel in Conil. The meeting, which took place throughout the week, had as its main objective to publicize the benefits of betting on sustainable tourism in the province of Cádiz, and the use of different renewable energy resources […]
Hiking is widely known as one of the most popular sports in Europe. The varied nature of the geography of the European continent allows hikers to explore a fantastic array of locations full of culture, natural splendors and geographical richness. However, as the cold, winter months arrive, this outdoor practice becomes complicated – even impossible […]
Did you know that Andalucía is the most protected region in the European Union?
Several places in Andalusia benefit from the a well preserved coastal environment. One zone is undoubtedly the coast of Cadiz. Luck, or rather the wind ‘levante’ allowed Cadiz to become one of the XXI century’s still wild and natural beaches . One example is Conil de la Frontera. The ‘levante’ is a thermal wind that […]
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this hidden corner of Andalucía Biodiversity is home to rare and exciting species of plants and animals, including the Spanish fir and the elusive vulture. It’s widely known that Grazalema, situated near Ronda, is home to one of the most spectacular examples of fir forests. However, what is […]
Fuerte Conil is offering visitors four varieties of this product which is so typical along the Andalusian coast.
Six places you can’t miss in Andalucia: paradise is not far!
As the winter holidays chill the rest of Europe, take this chance to explore every corner of a town known for having one of the best climates in all of Europe.
Situated in the heart of the Sierra Grazalema, the Hotel Fuerte Grazalema will reopen its doors again from November 30th until December 9, adding to the Fuerte Hotel and apartment options across Southern Spain during the Puente de la Inmaculada holiday.
It is a well-established fact that many of the visitors to shores of Southern Spain are drawn by the promise of sun, sand and hours spent relaxing by the sea