This market organises exhibitions and craft skills workshops under the philosophy that “things are done right rather than fast’. The Hotel Fuerte El Rompido, Cartaya, hosts the Slow Market on its grounds, offering an entertaining meeting point where artists and artisans display their seasonal creations through exhibitions and workshops of traditional techniques meant to engage […]
Víctor Narváez and Ana Memole are a young couple with children from Malaga. This year, the current economic situation forced them to stay home for the summer holidays – a story more common than we think these days. However, Victor was encouraged to participate in a Facebook contest offering a “Free Holiday in El Rompido” […]
If you like golf, then El Rompido is your destiny. Each year, thousands of people choose to play this sport across Southern Spain and not just because of the Costa de la Luz’s privileged climate. This beautiful fishing village belongs to the municipality of Cartaya, in Huelva, and is home to four golf courses: the […]
Where Does One Go For A Taste Of Sardines? A Historical Pleasure One the first things to tourists think of when they hit the beaches of Marbella and Andalucia in general are the famous “bars” and beach restaurants serving delicious seafood just steps from sea. If there is one dish in particular stands out among […]
During the summer months, where can you taste white prawns from Huelva for just 6 € in El Rompido? Since the late nineteenth century, fishermen have sought out space near the old lighthouse in El Rompido to build small huts and over time, these have helped transform it into the fishing village it is today. […]
There was once a tradition in Spain that people did not take their first swim in the sea until the procession of the Virgin del Carmen on the 16th of July. As tradition dictated, once the procession of the Virgin passed, our ancestors were threw themselves into the water. The belief was that the waters […]
Andalucia is a land of art, culture, traditions, sun and villages that can overwhelm the eyes of travellers – villages with unique charm, spectacular beaches, natural parks so beautiful visitors will tremble, snowy peaks and high deserts. Against this backdrop, it would be difficult to chose which village to visit to Southern Spain, but we […]
Did you know that Andalucía is the most protected region in the European Union?
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.