Being located on a wide beach, Conil doesn't have a harbour right on town, but some kilometres away, towards the north. If you are at the beach and look right, you will see it by the little lighthouse, near the Roche cap.
To get there, drive out of Conil towards the cemetery, pass it and in the next big crossroad, turn left towards the "Faro" (lighthouse). Follow that road till the end.
Going there to see the sunset and the view of Conil is a nice activity, but going early in the morning to see how the fishing boats arrive is interesting too. If you go early enough, you can witness a fish auction...
This is the northernmost beach of Conil. If you walk northwards by the beach from the village, you will pass by the Fontanilla beach and afterwards comes the "Fuente del Gallo".
It's a medium sized beach limited by cliffs by the north. Only locals from the nearby cottaged go there.
To reach it by car, exit the village north towards the cemetery, turn left there and go on till the end of the road.
A Cadiz resort that is growing fast. Specially Germans come to this resort to enjoy of the nature os this area, beaches, hiking, water sports, nature.... and history as there are many villages around for day excursions.
This nice church is my favourite in the village. My sister got married here, and my youngest daughter was baptised here too.
Is widely known as "La Parroquia".
At the side is a nice little terrace with orange trees and a magnificient view.
This is the bar where most of the language students meet in the afternoon.It`s a great way to kill time, just sitting there, watching the sea while drinking a Tinto de verano. They serve Tapas too.
Just infront of Conil there's a wonderful beach, so big that it never gets crowded.
It has baywatchers, showers, and many other services. EC Blue flag.
One of the most important reasons to come to this area.
Here you can find kilometers adn kilometers of beaches, with grea sand, and maybe find a few people walking by ...
This is the oldest church in Conil, located in the main square, and a very lively place at night (the square, not the church).
The church is closed, but you can have a look around...
This is probably the main highlight of the village. It's the only remaining of the ancient fortress.
Around the tower there's an open space where you can see music shows and other public events.