Los Caños de Meca
Has 3 wonderful beaches to explore, an eclectic mix of bars/restaurants and don’t miss out on a walk, bike or horse ride in the forest.
West of the lighthouse, a short stroll away, is a family beach and great for the kids. When the tide is out the rocks create a natural pool for children to play in.
Has 12kms of wide golden sandy beach which is amazing and easily absorbs the increasing number of visitors that arrive July/August and weekends. Head for La Chanka (bar/restaurant) for a ‘sundowner’ – the sunsets are spectacular (famous for the winter surf scene).
Vejer de la Frontera
Is one of the most attractive pueblos blancos (white towns) in Andalucia. The town has a strong Moorish feel about it and is well worth a trip out. The Plaza de Espana is a good place to begin your visit and take lunch.
Located 60 kms to the south, this windswept historical town is known as Spain’s most famous surf spot. Day trips to Morocco and whale watching trips in the Straights of Gibraltar can be taken from here and are not to be missed.
One note – please be patient as this coastline and the local people are how Spain used to be - long may it retain it’s unsophisticated charm.
Please also note that this resort is busy during July/August.