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Beautiful unspoilt coves

Beautiful unspoilt coves with no facilities. Bring lots of water! Easy access via very steep stairs... read more

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John E
Cadiz, Spain
Walk along the cliffs and/or relax on a beach

The path along the cliffs offers great views all day long (best light until late morning). There... read more

Reviewed October 11, 2017
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“Beautiful unspoilt coves”
Oct 11, 2017
“Walk along the cliffs and/or relax on a beach”
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Reviewed today

Beautiful unspoilt coves with no facilities. Bring lots of water! Easy access via very steep stairs so unsuitable for people with mobility issues.

Thank John E
Reviewed October 11, 2017 via mobile

The path along the cliffs offers great views all day long (best light until late morning). There are stairs into small secluded beaches where you can swim (no lifeguards, nude bathing if you want), relax or watch the sunset.

Thank trooper92
Reviewed October 18, 2016

Love this beach. It's so quiet, unspoiled and the waves are great! Bare in mind that this is a pretty open minded beach. We had a great time nude sunbathing!

Thank Rsudsedin
Reviewed August 23, 2016 via mobile

A great little beach/cove area that is sheltered from the winds. Very clean water, just some light seaweed on shore. When parking talk to the volunteers that are in the parking area to make sure you are well parked and don't get a €200 ticket...More

3  Thank Jonathan L
Reviewed August 19, 2016 via mobile

We went there and it was great, not so many people and great atmosphere. The only bad thing is that you don't have a chiringuito to get drinks or food!

Thank ruizcheco
Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile

The Calas or coves are an extraordinary series of small beaches carved out of the cliff. If you visit on a low tide you can move from one cove to another along the beach. Normally, the coves are fairly uncrowded. It's easy to find a...More

1  Thank AmericanoEnMadrid
Reviewed July 28, 2016

Wild beaches not for regular and easy - go tourists:) who are used on beach in front of the hotel or easy acces to the water, shops, restaurants, toilets near the beach........ There are very high cliffs around every small beach - cala. If you...More

Thank alexafun
Reviewed October 21, 2014

There are spectacular views on the trail from roche to Fuente del Gallo. Its worth the extra time and effort to continue past the lighthouse, small harbour and cross the Cala de la Aceite beach. The walk, run or mountain bike through the red earth...More

Thank Nikolai G
Reviewed September 2, 2014

Easy access. Located in the upscale residential area Roche, therefore, different kind of people there. If you do not like very thin sand that penetrates everywhere, Roche is your place since the sand is a bit thicker. There is a shower.

Thank fanytag13
Reviewed August 24, 2014

Very well organized evening, with traditional Flamenco dancing. The musicians and dancers were very professional and shared their expression with the guests.

1  Thank grekhss
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