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We went there to see the dunes and have a walk on the beach. We found a very nice restaurant on the beach, had a great lunch with the November sun. Then we climbed the sand dunes until the sunset and noticed on our way...More
Driving out and crossing the dunes was an amazing experience, already before getting a chance to walk through them. We parked on the parking lot at the end of the dunes on road A-2325. After walking through the forest down to the beach we made...More
We had a great lunch at a restaurants in Bolonia, later we went to the end of the beach were we took a swim around the rocks and later we walk up the dunes. Beautiful walk awesome landscape! Must do if you are in Tarifa.
Spent the day on this beach after visiting the Roman ruins. Yes it was windy but warm and sunny. We walked the beach from Bolonia village to the top of the sand dunes and back. Planned to swim but it was a little too rough....More
We visited this beach during our holiday in Malaga. Long drive, but nice! But it can be windy here, very windy! We did a short walk and left because the wind was moving the sand a lot a it hurt on the legs of the...More
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I used to windsurf there many years ago, It's almost always windy, with strong currents. I wouldn't recommend snorkeling, Maybe bringing a good beach tent with stakes would be better, This is a wild coast, known for... More
I used to windsurf there many years ago, It's almost always windy, with strong currents. I wouldn't recommend snorkeling, Maybe bringing a good beach tent with stakes would be better, This is a wild coast, known for shifting currents and changing weather. It's a kite surfing and windsurfing mecca... Snorkel/Scuba at your own risk, I wouldn't do it unless you have a professional with you and a support boat.