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Puerto de Barbate, Andalusia, Spain
Puerto de Barbate is also known as Puerto Deportivo de Barbate and it is located in the municipality of Barbate which is situated in the Cadiz region., at the mouth of the River Barbate and east of Cape Trafalgar. Travellers who will reach this destination by boat or by plane will discover that there are endless beaches, promenades under the sun, white buildings and a rich contrast between the lush vegetation and the soft sands that can be encountered here. From a cultural and historical point of view, there is much to be seen such as the Atun Museum, the Posada de Barbate and others. This is the perfect place for horse riding on the beach and the ideal location for distinguished photography. A few days spent in this location will fill any tourist's soul with joy, energy and well-being and will create unforgettable moments. The Beach of Mangueta, Zahora Beach, Los Canos de Meca, etc., are just a few of the main littoral attractions where water sports lovers can be often seen.
Facilities of Puerto de Barbate
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Puerto de Barbate : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Andalusia
The autonomous community of Andalusia is also known as Andalucia or Andaluzia and it is the second largest region in the country. Also, it is the most populous community, having more than 8.5 million inhabitants. Andalucia includes 8 provinces: Seville or Sevilla, Malaga, Huelva, Granada, Jaen, Cordoba, Cadiz and Almeria. The capital of Andalusia is Sevilla, which is a great city that was built on the Guadalquivir River. This region is a perfect combination between the holiday resorts that are simply breathtaking, the cultural mix, the astonishing architecture, the luxury and the picturesque landscapes of the coast.
According to the historic sources, Andalusia has been inhabited since the prehistoric times, due to its natural treasures such as the fertile lands and the mineral deposits, but also to the advantageous position that offered access to both Europe and Africa. The battles between the Christians and the Muslims, the fight for sovereignty and the desire of bu... more info
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