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The best beaches in Chiclana

Founded by the Phoenicians in the eighth century BC. south of Cadiz, Chiclana is considered one of the oldest cities of the province. in 1303, Fernando IV handed over the lands of Chiclana to the house of Medina Sidonia, in particular Alonso Pérez de Guzman, and this is how the current city was founded. The transfer of the nobles and the boom that the colonization of America brought with it, ended up repopulating it and favoring its monumental emergence.

Today, Chiclana welcomes a large number of tourists, both national and international, who come attracted by the climate and the natural wealth of the region. And it is that, of the 203 km² that the municipal area occupies, almost a third is part of the Bahía de Cádiz National Park. Its beaches, a few kilometers from the city, are one of the main attractions coastal town tourist. So that you do not miss the opportunity to enjoy your holidays on the sands of Chiclana, I will tell you in this post which are its best beaches.

Barrosa Beach

Playa de la Barrosa one of the best beaches in Chiclana

Although located in an urbanized area, the quality and preservation of this beach is exceptional. In fact, it has environmental certifications such as the Blue Flag, specific to beaches and ports, and complies with ISO 14001, the international standard for environmental management.

Their easy access and the extent of its coastline, about 60 meters wide, make it a perfect option for tourists looking for a comfortable beach accessible by car and with a wide variety of facilities, without having to give up clean water and the natural beauty of the Cadiz coast.

Although lying down to rest on its fine golden sand is already a pleasure, La Barrosa is also has an interesting offer for the most active tourists. There are surfing and kitesurfing schools that offer lessons and have a sports equipment rental service. Activities are also organized that will allow you to admire the landscape while enjoying a pleasant and fun experience, there are equestrian centers offering horseback riding along the shore.

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If you are more of a deckchair and beach bar, you can have a few drinks or a few very cold beers at Mojama Beach or at Albarosa, both places are practically located on the sand and, in addition to a very good atmosphere, they offer wonderful food. In the promenade you will find other gastronomic options, restaurants with large terraces ideal for watching the sunset. Don’t leave without trying the fried fish typical dish of the coastal areas of the Mediterranean.

Pig Beach

Torre del Puerco on a beach in Chiclana

Between Novo Sancti Petri and the urbanization of Roche The beach of el Puerco extends. Its name comes from the tower which stands on a slope of this beach and was part of the system of coastal watchtowers that Philip II ordered to be built in the 16th century. Built with materials of Roman origin, the watchtower witnessed the Battle of Chiclana, a military uprising that took place in its surroundings in 1811, in the context of the Spanish War of Independence. Years later it was used to control the passage of tuna, since Chiclana is an area with high trap net activity. Currently, the tower has a platform at its feet which functions as a gazebo.

In the Playa del Puerco, too A former Civil Guard barracks from the 20th century has been preserved. The building, long abandoned, was renovated and last summer Grupo Azotea opened the Cuartel del Mar there a new restaurant that takes advantage of this very special space as a sign of identity and offers its customers an unbeatable menu in one of the most privileged places area.

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The beach is quite similar to La Barrosa, with golden sands and clear waters although he has more green spaces dunes and a rocky cliff that give it a more natural look and attractive for those looking for an environment a little further from the urbanizations.

Sancti Petri Beach

Sancti Petri beach in Chiclana

He is one of the best known beaches in the region. On some occasions, when the tide is very low, it can be reached on foot from La Barrosa. Sancti Petri Beach is divided into two partsa first blank section with high ecological value and second leg which stretches from the breakwater to the old fishing village of Sancti Petri. The city was founded thanks to the colonies of almadraba fishermen who consolidated in this territory of Chiclana an authentic industry based on the fishing and conservation of tuna.


Sancti Petri was virtually uninhabited in 1973, but is currently being recovered and has become a tourist point of interest for those visiting the coast of Cadiz. The restaurants located in the city offer fresh sea products, becoming a ideal place to enjoy the typical cuisine of Cadiz. Windsurfing and sailing schools and companies that organize nautical activities settled in the region, attracted by its natural richness.

The Castle of Sancti Petri

Sancti Petri Castle is a symbol of Chiclana

From the beach you can see the castle of Sancti Petri very close, already belonging to the municipality of San Fernando, but which is considered a chiclana symbol. The fortress stands on an islet and to reach it you have to do it navigation. To facilitate access for tourists, a pier has been built. There are kayaking trips which depart from Punta del Boquerón and also from the city and that tThey take you to the islet so you can visit the castle.

The turret is the oldest part of the fortress, built in the 13th century by Admiral Benedetto Zacarías during the reconquest of Cadiz. Later, in the 18th century, the rest was built and served as a strategic military point during the War of Independence, also functioning on specific occasions as a prison for political prisoners of the time.

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