"Conil de la Frontera" Conil de la Frontera by shugoey

Conil de la Frontera Travel Guide: 81 reviews and 150 photos

Old Town

This is a typical Andalucian town with narrow cobbled streets, tapas bars and pavement cafes around the main plazas. Conil is well known for its seafood restaurants. Conil is an unspoiled, nice town and not very crowded, at least if you visit off season. I have never visited during July and August so I can't say what it is like then.

There are some historical monuments worth visiting, Tower of Guzman el Bueno, Church of Santa Catalina, Convento de la Victoria, Convento de San Francesco de Paula.

Beaches

The beaches of Conil: La Fontinilla near the town Paseo Maritimo. Fuente del Gallo backed by cliffs to the north of the town. Calas de Roche numerous coves to the north, difficult access to some, make them quiet except for summer weekends.

The beaches are busy in July and August. Be aware of the wind, sometimes it feel like you are getting sandblasted.

  • Last visit to Conil de la Frontera: Apr 2005
  • Intro Updated Apr 9, 2006
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