Gira tu dispositivo para una experiencia óptima
Where the sea and the forest meet, the vertiginous cliffs and the Caños de Meca beaches is the location of the “Parque Natural de la Breña y Marismas de Barbate” (La Breña and Marshes of Barbate Nature Park). With freshwater springs right beside the sea, trails for hikers and the opportunity to go diving.
White wagtails, collared pratincoles and other birds flit through the cavities of these cliffs which may exceed a hundred metres in height and drop sharply into the Atlantic.
The Barbate pine forest can be found on the mountain, occupying a surface area of over 2,000 hectares. Nearby, Cape Trafalgar and its lighthouse, a place steeped in history since 1805, the year of the battle where Admiral Nelson lost his life. Trafalgar Square, in the centre of London, is named after this location, and the huge square is a reminder of that battle. Meanwhile, in the park, tranquillity reigns, oblivious to any battle.
CLIFFS OF BARBATE BY BIKE
Cycling along the cliffs of Barbate, with its impressive sea views, is an experience you’ll never forget. Seven low-difficulty kilometres to see, smell and feel the Atlantic.See vídeo
path CABO DE TRAFALGAR
horse trail in Zahora
path EL ACANTILADO