14 kilometres of stunning white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, noteworthy for their cleanliness and tranquillity, surrounded by nature, create a special atmosphere that charms every tourist who decides to visit them.
The beaches in this part of Cadiz are characterized by fine white sand in contrast to other beaches on the Andalusian coast. In Conil you can find all kinds of beaches along its 14 kilometres of coastline; from open beaches to small coves where you are practically alone and where you can practice nudism if you wish.
The beaches closest to the town are:
Facing the town of Conil is situated this beach with promenade and parking area, although it is usually difficult to park the car for the months of July and August, so you will probably have to walk.
Width size beach with all the amenities, such as showers and paper bins or hammocks.
Fuente de Gallo
Uncrowded beach that usually disappears under water at high tide.
Cala del Aceite
Of average occupancy, the beach has a special form that largely avoids the hassle of the eastern Levante wind.
The beaches of Conil are divided into East and West, from the fishing port to the Urbanization of Roche, being the western beaches rocky coves that are accessed through cliffs.
Many of the beaches of Conil are difficult to access and are often chosen for the practice of naturism. Other coves which are more easily accessible are usually crowded during summer weekends.