1-2 days in Tarifa, Andalucia, Spain

Tarifa is a small town in the province of Cádiz , Andalusia, on the southernmost coast of Spain. Tarifa, is known to be the wind capital.


When I was in Tarifa, I went for the day and spent the night in Cadiz. Tarifa, is known to be the surfers paradise. I can’t wait to go back to it, surfing ♥ Aside from that, the city is known for its Moroccan cuisine since its the last stop before Morocco. 

Looking Good Hotels: 

  • Hotel Hurricane
  • 100% Fun
  • A house in Tarifa: Casa Christina (4 bedrooms, sleeps 8) – ideal for families with children, groups, and couples.


  • Windsurfing & kitesurfing
    • Hot Stick Kite School
    • Club Mistral
    • Spin Out
    • Tantrum Kitesurf
  • Diving
  • Horse riding
  • Whale watching

Things to See:

  • Old town
  • Puerta de Jerez
  • Castillo de Guzman
  • Playa Chica
  • Playa de los lances
  • Playa Bolonia

As I always recommend, walk around! There are some fabulous walks – if you are prepared to climb up high (not mountain climbing, just walking upwards!) you will have some breath-taking views of Africa.


  • Anca Curo
  • Bamboo
  • Mandragora
  • Cafe Azul Bar
  • La Oca De Sergio
  • La Tribou
  • Bar Frances
  • Delicatessen
  • Asador El Caseron


From Tarifa: 

  • Gibraltar

The fast-ferry leaves a number of times per day to Tangiers, and takes just over 35 minutes. As schedules change, you should yourself go to the harbour for the latest information.


  • Take a day to visit BOLONIA (entry is free to Europeans)



Hello965 Team





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