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Watching Africa

from Tarifa Such an impressive view, so near but far away. The shortest distance between the two continents is 14,5 km. On clear days you can see from Tarifa the Moroccon coastline from Ceuta...

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The busiest shipping route...

Strait of Gibraltar 120.000 ships pass through the Strait of Gibraltar every year   Henk © Copyright tarifa.travel  

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Hotel Gran Bellevue

Nice location for a hotel in favor of tourist development in Tarifa   Henk © Copyright tarifa.travel

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Nice Views

From the Castle Guzman el Bueno in the center of Tarifa you can enjoy nice views.   Henk © Copyright tarifa.travel

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Walking

In the beautiful nature around Tarifa. There are several walking /hiking trails like the GR-7  Henk © Copyright tarifa.travel

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Windsurfing

With strong levante wind is playa chica the best windurfing spot in Tarifa Henk   © Copyright tarifa.travel

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The View

The view that Tarifa Is Known For The best reward after climbing a mountain is this amazing view.    HNK Copyright notice ©tarifa.travel

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Summer Season 2019 Has...

What A Day, Hot & Waves  Hundreds of surfers visit this weekend Costa de la Luz to go surfing. The ION open surf championship in yerbabuena in Barbate was a big surf party this weekend....

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Kors Ron's

Kors Ron's bar, scuba diving school and island information center abandoned, could be   HNK   photo©tarifa.travel

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Tarifa is A Magnet to Nature...

It is no coincidence that Tarifa is a magnet to people weary of resorts with high rise developments and crowed beaches where the coastline has been sacrificed to the God of Mass Tourism. The idea...

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About Tarifa

Tarifa, located in the province of Cadiz in Andalusia, is a small town on the southernmost tip of the Spanish mainland and European continent. The Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea bathe its...

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Zahara de Los Atunes

On discovering Zahara de los Atunes (Tarifa) for the first time, it is strikes you as one of the few remaining paradises left in Europe. It draws us back to nature through its idyllic beauty, enabling...

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Diving around the island...

Diving around the island of las Palomas in Tarifa is a unique experience. Tarifa is a small town located on the most southern point of Spain. Surfers from all around the world come here to enjoy...

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Tarifa People

There´s a certain madness, a touch of wildness, that links the diverse bunch of foreigners who have chosen to make Tarifa their home.  On the one hand there´s the wind and kite...

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Los Alcornocales Nature...

Los Alcornocales Nature Reserve occupies some 170.025 hectares, comprising twelve municipalities in the east of Cadíz province and in western Málaga province. As its name indicates,...

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The Battle of Tarifa

The defence of Tarifa in December 1811, nine months after the battle of Barrosa, was a mere sideshow compared with more famous battles. However, it was considered sufficiently important for the...

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