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
Across much of Europe, the arrival of October means unpacking boxes of cool weather clothing and preparing for the long slog through to next Spring
To most, Spain’s long southern coast is an immediate invitation to sun, sea and sand, allowing hours to flow by just meters from the softly lapping Mediterranean and Atlantic waves.
On the westerm edge of Andalucia, in the country just outside the ancient Atalantic city of Cadiz, a forest surrounds the village of El Bosque
The first week in September the town becomes a colourful place with music, dancing and wine in honour of the great bullfighter Pedro Romero.
For those who call Spain home, visiting the southern coasts of Cadiz during the summer months is as common a pilgrimage as a Sunday dinner with the family.
In Zahara de la Sierra, 20 minutes away from Grazalema, it is located the Playita (small beach), a freshwater lake made to enjoy beach on a day in the countryside.
Although it is true that the River Piedras Marshlands and Flecha del Rompido Natural Site offers tens of tourist options for every taste, we advise you from fuertenoticias.com how to organise an unforgettable day featuring beach, hiking and gastronomy. Let’s start!
When arriving to Flecha de El Rompido beaches we find an idyllic landscape with dunes, plants, and a beach astonishing by its width and its crystal shallow waters, allowing the youngest to have a bath and the older to take long walks at the close of the day.