Kite surfing in Tarifa is nowadays one of the most popular sports in the land of the wind, the strait of Gibraltar. Valdevaqueros beach and los Lances are some of the popular spots.
Sierra de la Plata en Bolonia, Tarifa. Bajando desde la Silla del Papa* hacia la duna de Bolonia, con el monte Bartolo y Jebel Musa en Africa al fondo. *La Silla del Papa es un yacimiento arqueológico que consiste en un oppidum de origen púnico, se llamaba Bailo.
Baelo Claudia was an ancient Roman town of Hispania, located 22 kilometres outside of Tarifa, near the village of Bolonia, in southern Spain. Another jewel of the Campo de Gibraltar, in the paradise of Bolonia.
The Castle of Guzman el Bueno in Tarifa, Cadiz. Another icon of the Campo de Gibraltar. I wanted to make it historic because I think that when the beach reached its walls it must have been quite impressive.
The beach and the dunes of Punta Paloma in Tarifa, Cadiz. A family walk their dogs on the dones while the kite surfers enjoy a regular windy day at the strait.
Early morning a surfer contemplates the waves before heading in at Atlanterra beach, costa de la luz, Tarifa.
The beach of Bolonia in Tarifa, Cadiz. The cows chill on the beach while the kite surfers enjoy a regular windy day at the strait. The cows of Bolonia, Tarifa.
Like other towers in the region, it was ordered to be built around 1588 by Luis Bravo de Laguna, director of fortifications during the mandate of Felipe II. The Guadalmesí tower (also called Guadalmedina) is a beacon tower located on the north shore of the Strait of Gibraltar, in the municipality of Tarifa, included within the Natural Park of the Strait and declared an asset of cultural interest (BIC) on 29 June 1985.
The beach of Bolonia in Tarifa, Cadiz. The cows chill on the beach while the kite surfers enjoy a regular windy day at the strait.
The beach of Valdevaqueros in Tarifa, Cadiz. A girl steps into the water, a guy chills with his dog on the beach while the kite surfers enjoy a regular windy day at the strait.