Chill-out and the sunsets on the beaches of Cádiz

We won’t deny that summer nights on the Cantabrian coast are perfect for getting though the hottest months of summer, but what about the delicious warmth of the beaches down south? Think long, sultry days on the beach with friends, having a ball in the sea and grooving to summer evening vibes. From Tarifa to Conil, on through Chiclana and Barbate, Cádiz is waiting with open arms.

As for the beaches, forget about having to get up at the crack of dawn to find a spot in the sand. If Cádiz beaches mean anything, it’s vastness. You can set up camp without having to listen to the music of the guy next to you. If you want a bit of wildness, Bolonia Beach in Tarifa is a place where you’ll feel completely untouched.

La Barrosa Beach in Chiclana is a great way to combine a bit of beach while binging on prawns along the seaside, sipping a spritz or sangria and lingering long at the table before warming your feet again in the golden sand.

By mid-afternoon, after having splashed in the sea in any of its infinite forms (there are no lack of options to have a blast in the water, from climbing a floating castle to renting a jet ski), it’s time to activate chill-out mode in the open-air bar you’ve chosen for the occasion.

What about amazing sunsets? If you’re in Tarifa, you can’t miss out on El Tumbao bar, with its lawn overflowing with people watching kites sail across the skies over the sea. Of course, be ready to take a dip with a crowd in July and August, which is when it’s busiest.

Or if you end up stopping by Chiclana, the chill-out place is Atenas Playa beach bar. It’s a perfect combination of restaurant, hammocks on the beach and good music to spice up the sunsets.

The heat is coming, and what better way to beat it than by chilling out on the beaches of Cádiz? Take advantage of Iberia’s offers and book your flight to Jerez de la Frontera now.


Photo: DimistriSvetiskas