The Casa Consistorial is the town Hall and also the Police Offices are situated there.
Will try to obtain more information on the origins of this building.
This building situated in Plaza de Santa Maria, near the Town Hall used to be a school, later it became a Peña Flamenca. Just now it it undergoing a refurbishment.
This is a interesting building I came across in Tarifa. It used to be a school and is now in the process of been refurbished to become a library.
For a view over to Africa take the steps up to the Miramar. You can also look down over the port. The Town Hall is also situated here.
Tarifa is quite hilly in places and if you want to visit the Miramar you do have some steps to climb.
The Mirador El Estrecho is a nice garden, on top of one section of the castle walls, at the southern end of the old town. From here, there are good views of Tarifa harbour and across to Morocco.
'Vaca loca' translates as 'Mad Cow'. How do I know this cow was mad... well it must be drinking from a pink bath :0) I saw this amusing sight just outside the city of Tarifa.
The Church of San Mateo in the old town, close to the Casino, not in the best conditions, but with a lovely fachade.
Lots of restaurants on the area for lunch... and all seemed great
Close to the Castle at the top, and in the same square as the Town hall, you can find the musseum.
From the harbour get direction to Isla Palomas and at your right you will see this Neo renacentist palace on the top of the hill.
In 1292 the castle was reconquered by the christians, outside the castle you can see his sculture.
This castle was one of the most strategics, due to the control of the Estrecho.