Conil de la Frontera
Conil de la Frontera is a former fishing village, which has become a popular, low-rise resort. It has good beaches and the streets still have a village feel to them.
The authentic Spanish fishing town of Conil de la Frontera has approximately 16,000 inhabitants and is situated in the province of Cadiz,
in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
Conil de la Frontera and its surrounding landscape
is very diverse, with its beautiful coastline, old town features, undeveloped open countryside which reach to forests and villages dotted here and there.
The area boasts 16 kilometres of long sandy beaches stretched out along the coastline; long, flat beaches with white sands, small sections of beach with cliffs behind them, and small intimate coves for nude bathing at Cala de Aceite. A popular beach is that of Playa de El Palmar, a few
kilometers to the south of Conil de la Frontera. Nearby you can also visit the wonderful beaches of Los Caños de Meca, Barbates and Zahara de los Atunes.
There are heaps of good restaurants in Conil de la Frontera, with lots of good tapas bars, seafood restaurants, pizza and Chinese choices. Typical dishes from the area include Atun Encebollada (tuna cooked with onions) and Chocos con Patatas (cuttlefish with potatoes).
The mild all-year-round climate makes Conil de la Frontera a popular tourist destination. The region has little rain and more than 3,000 hours of sun a year.