Hotels in Conil de la Frontera
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Conil de la Frontera 234 yd from city centre
The hotel is located in Conil de la Frontera, in the historical centre, near to the city's most symbolic buildings, like...
La Princesa Y El Guisante
Conil de la Frontera 283 yd from city centre
La Princesa y El Guisante (The Princess and the Pea) is just 200 metres from the beach in Conil de la Frontera. The rooms...
Y Apartamentos Conilsol
Conil de la Frontera 435 yd from city centre
Hotel Apartamentos Conilsol is a 10-minute walk from Conil de la Frontera Beach, on the Costa de la Luz. Modern rooms and...
Hostal Tarantelo Conil
Conil de la Frontera 505 yd from city centre
Featuring free WiFi, Hostal Tarantelo Conil is located in Conil de la Frontera. This guest house offers rooms with a flat-screen...
Fergus Conil Park
Conil de la Frontera 591 yd from city centre
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this charming resort is next to Conil Beach. Set in attractive gardens, it features an outdoor...
Suites Cortijo Fontanilla
Conil de la Frontera 888 yd from city centre
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. Additional...
Conil de la Frontera 1,001 yd from city centre
Location: very close to the beach and next to Conil de la Frontera, a typical fishing village. 57 Km. from Jerez Airport....
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Located on the Costa de la Luz in the Cadiz province of Spain, Conil de la Frontera is an idyllic haven that has provided visitors with a classic Spanish fishing village experience for many years. It is one of the quintessential ‘pueblo blanco’ so redolent of the Costas and is one of the most popular destinations in Andalucía.
Visitors are able to enjoy a Conil de la Frontera holiday on a budget plenty of affordable hotels and hostels that offer a warm, friendly welcome and a comfortable stay.
Neighbourhoods of Conil de la Frontera
Conil de la Frontera consists of a number of districts:
- The Old Town: The winding narrow alleys of the historic seafaring centre are the perfect place for a stroll among the whitewashed houses adorned with colourful displays of bougainvillea, carnations, and geraniums.
- Bolonia Beach: This is undisputedly one of Spain’s most beautiful beaches. A total hidden gem that you should make the effort to visit when in the area.
- Via Verde de la Sierra: This is a stretch of nature that is perfect for a hike or a cycle if you would like to rent bicycles during your stay.
- Jerez Feria: Just a short distance away is Jerez Feria, a small town that is famous for its horses and its sherry.
What to see and do in Conil de la Frontera
Some of the most popular things to see and do in and around the town include visiting the Torre de Guzman castle, wine tasting at Sancha Perez Bodega Almazara, and learning some history at the Museo Raices Conilenas. Just a stone’s throw away is the ancient coastal city of Cadiz, filled with historic monuments and a perfect place to enjoy a Spanish sunset
What to eat in Conil de la Frontera
The king of food here is the red tuna of Almadraba. Some of the local dishes that you must try when visiting Conil de la Frontera include atun encebollada which is tuna cooked with onions, and chocos con patatas which is cuttlefish with potatoes.
Typical events and festivals in Conil de la Frontera
There is always something going on in Conil de la Frontera, with some highlights being Carnavales in February, Feria de Primavera del Colorado in June and Virgen Del Carmen in July.
How to move around in Conil de la Frontera
Conil de la Frontera is serviced by two major bus stops at either end of the region. Taxis are also available in all areas.
The climate in Conil de la Frontera
Conil de la Frontera enjoys a mild climate 365 days of the year. Rain is rarely a problem, with more than 3000 hours of sunlight to bask in each year.
More interesting facts about and sights in Conil de la Frontera
Did you know that the history of Conil de la Frontera dates as far back as the Phoenician times, when it was used as an important fishing port?