Hosteria Tarifa

Amador De Los Rios, 22, Tarifa, 11380, Spain
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FRS ferry from Tarifa to Tangier city.FRS ferry from Tarifa to Tangier city.

A view from the seating areaA view from the seating area

Me and a friendly cat beside the fish factoryMe and a friendly cat beside the fish factory

Leaving the parking lot to enter the buildingLeaving the parking lot to enter the building

Forum Posts

Elderly Campers

by alibob18

Hi there, My Mum and Dad are planning visit to Costa de la Luz in September. They used to be keen campers, but as they are getting on a bit now they are looking for somewhere to stay in the Tarifa area. Not an apartment as they don't want to be in amongst it all, and I think the Tarifa area campsites will be a bit lively for them. Anyone got any ideas please - the plan is that as I don´t live too far away I can do a quick reccie for them.

Re: Elderly Campers

by puerto_lover

After the first week of September things do get quieter generally as Spanish schools reopen. I guess the wind surfers and kite boarders continue in any season. I just looked at one of those camping places along the main beach at Tarifa that also has bungalow type accommodation and the place looks organised. I wonder if you have seen it ?
http://www.campingtarifa.es/ingles/index.html

Re: Elderly Campers

by sunnyspain36

Hi Alibob

I live on a fantastic site about 15 mins along the coast from Tarifa, everyone on the site is of retirement age and we all get along famously. I moved onto the site about 6 months ago and can honestly say that I have never looked back. The area of the Costa de la Luz has so much to see and do and most weekend me and my husband go out in the car and explore a new village or town.

The park itself is still being developed which means you can still get a good plot, if your parents look at www.atlanticparks.com they can have a look at some photos and get a good idea of what it is like.

If you want to know anything else message me back.

Travel Tips for Tarifa (Cadiz)

Wind mills

by Carmela71

Tarifa is wellknown by its wind, thats why it was one of the first places in Spain to use Eolic energy and provide it.

Every time i pass by I see more wind mills in the area, and the last time the only thing I regret is the new ones that look like a power tower .... (I love wind turbines, since my final project at Uni, that is like a sacrilege lol)

A goat herder by the pine forest

by Bwana_Brown

On the way out of Tarifa after our first night there, the first diversion we made was onto a small paved side road leading through a pine forest on the coastline. It so happened that one of the 'walking' sand dunes in this part of Spain had worked its way up the slope from the Atlantic Ocean and was threatening to take over both the road and the forest.

When we spotted this local goat herder with his flock, we just had to stop for a closer look at both the dunes and this man. Sue approached him and gestured that she would like to take his photograph - he nodded but indicated that he would like a cigarette in return. Unfortunately for him, neither of us smoke so he took her gestures at face value and allowed himself to be photographed. While Sue was speaking with him, she noticed that he had very piercing blue eyes (and I thought I had that department covered!), as well as a very calm demeaner. By the time their brief meeting was over, his goat herd with their tinkling bells had drifted off into the forest as they followed a stream. It took Sue quite some time to catch up to them as she listened to the sound of the bells (3rd photo) but she eventually re-appeared and we then continued our way up the coast toward Bolonia.

Surfing Schools and equipment

by GibJoe

To learn how to surf or to hire equipment contact one of the following. Remember to dial 0034 if calling from outside Spain.

DRAGONKITESCHOOL ( KITE )
TEL: 660 882 710 FAX: 956 62 74 67
www.dragonkiteschool.com
office@dragonkiteschool.com

SURF CENTER DOS MARES ( KITE&WIND )
TEL: 687 518 018
info@dosmareshotel.com
wind@dosmareshotel.com

STAR PRO – CENTER ( KITE&WIND )
www.starprocentertarifa.com

CLUB MISTRAL ( KITE&WIND )
www.club-mistral.com

MAX KITE SCHOOL CENTER ( KITE )
TEL: 956 68 52 77- MÓVIL: 696 558 227
www.tarifamax.net
info@tarifamax.net

SPIN OUT SURFBASE ( KITE&WIND )
TEL: 956 23 63 52 FAX: 956 68 08 44
info@tarifaspinout.com

TARIFA SMILE ( WIND&KITE&SURF )
TEL: 619 980 303
www.tarifasmile.com / tarifasmile@yahoo.es

ART OF KITING
TEL: 956 68 52 04 - Mobile: 605 031 880
Fax: 956 68 05 85
www.artofsurfing.com / www.artofkiting.com
k.manrique@terra.es
contacto@artofsurfing

BULL SAIL& KITE FACTORY
TEL: 956 68 04 59
www.bullkites.com

EIKT
www.eiktarifa.com

FUNWORKS KITESURF SCHOOL
TEL: 956 68 43 60- MÓVIL: 615 497 701
FAX : 956 68 53 07
info@funworkstarifa.com

HOT STICK KITE SURFING
TEL: 956 68 04 19 - MÓVIL: 629 733 389/ 647 155 516
www.hotsticktarifa.com
hotstick@telefonica.net

KITE LOCAL SCHOOL
TEL: 637 115 083
www.kitelocalschooltarifa.com

KITE OBSESSION ( Nacho Yuste)
TEL: 956 68 09 40 - MÓVIL: 656 678 815
www.kiteobsession.com
shop@kiteobsession.com

KITE SCHOOL MAMOLA
TEL: 617 986 872
www.KITESURFMAMOLA.COM
info@kitesurfmamola.com

KITEC
TEL: 956 68 07 51 – MÓVIL: 639 833 730
www.kitectarifa.com
info@kitectarifa.com

KTS. KITE TARIFA SCHOOL
TEL: 956 68 41 47 - MÓVIL: 630 636 919
www.ktstarifa.com
kts@ktstarifa.com

KITESURFING PROCENTER TARIFA
TEL: 956 68 16 68 - MÓVIL: 629 490 143
shop@kitesurfing.com

SHARKITE. KITE SCHOOL TARIFA PILOTS
TEL: 956 62 70 05
sharki@tarifakite.com
brunomuchade2@hotmail.com

STOKED. KITE SCHOOL. SURF SHOP
TEL: 956 68 46 93-MÓVIL: 656 359 916
www.stoked.es
cesarstoked@hotmail.com

X-TREM
TEL: 956 68 18 14
www.tarifaxtrem.com
info@tarifaxtrem.com

Bolonia Beach

by Beach_dog

Another of the coasts incredible beaches. Miles of clean white sand and sand dunes, rarely becoming crowded even in the summer months. Bolonia also has another attraction. Just behind the beach is the ruined Roman city Baelo Claudia.

The beach has large parking areas and some good small seafood restaurants.

Castillo de Santa Catalina

by GibJoe

The Castillo de Santa Catalina is situated at 24m above sea level, it was constructed in 1929. During the Second World War a bunker was added just below the Castle, which at the time of my visit was under refurbishment. Until recently it used to be a weather monitoring station.

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