Puerto de Tarifa Marina
Puerto de Tarifa Marina
MARINA BERTH RESERVATION IN

Puerto de Tarifa

Cadiz, Spain
Berth Characteristics
  • 100 berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 8 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Puerto de Tarifa by calling VHF9.

Puerto de Tarifa is also known as Tarifa Port, Puerto de Tarifa or Port of Tarifa and it is located in the coastal town with the same name, in the province of Cadiz. Being located on the Costa de la Luz, it faces Morocco and it offers its guest thrilling views. Tourists who choose this destination a

Facilities of Puerto de Tarifa

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  • Electricity
  • Dressing rooms
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The neighborhood

Puerto de Tarifa is located in Cadiz.

Cadiz is a province that is located in the South-Western side of Spain. Its capital wears the same name and it is the oldest city in this country and in the Western Europe. Cadiz is one of the eight provinces of the community of Andalusia and it has its own port. Cadiz offers the tourists from the four corners of the world its share and cultural heritage and important monuments that have sketched the history of the humanity through time. The travellers will be amazed by the number of plazas in this area, but also by the well preservation of the old buildings. This city is surrounded by the wonderful waters of the Mediterranean Sea, has enchanting villages and towns and owns old traditions and a delicious cuisine.

The historical recordings show that the name of the province used to be Gadir and the oldest people who ever lived here were the Phoenicians. This side of Spain was continuously inhabited by various people with different cultures, which is why Cadiz is such a complex place today, gathering a multitude of legends and tales from the Greek mythology, the Roman history and the Moorish people. Cadiz was famous during the times of Christopher Columbus, too, giving the fact that he sailed from the port of this city on his second voyage.

Cadiz is a popular touristic area with well-developed services and facilities and many touristic attractions. Some of the most popular are Torre Tavira, Playa Victoria, Park Genoves, Yacimiento Arqueologico Gadir, Oratory of La Santa Cueva, the Cathedral of Cadiz, Puerta de Tierra, La vina, Castillo de San Sebastian and many more. There are many ancient objects and collections from the ancient civilisations stored and protected in the museums of Cadiz, such as Museo Historico Municipal, Museo Litografico or the Museum of Cadiz.

The beaches on the coastline of Cadiz are simple, silent and relaxing, having soft sands and sometimes agitated waters. The green surroundings are also relaxing and the visitors if the city can try the leisure activities that are offered by the local services. For example, Montenmendia Golf & Country Club or the Adventure sport Club Cadiz are exciting activities that take place in the middle of the nature, helping the body relax and the mind escape from the daily routine.

The tourists are welcome to take bike tours in order to enjoy the most important sights in the city and the relaxing centres are ready to offer an amazing time to anyone. The most popular plazas in the city are Plaza de Mina, Plaza de San Francisco where the San Fransico Chruch and Convent is located, Plaza de San Antonio, plaza de Candelaria, Plaza de la Cathedral, Plaza de San Juan de Dios where the Old Town Hall can be admired, plaza de Espana and its monument of the Constitution in 1812 and plaza de Falla. These sites are important from a cultural and political point of view, but they are also significant landmarks, meeting points and places where various events take place each year.

The nightlife in Cadiz is interesting. The tourists can try the traditional beverages and gastronomy in places like La Cava Taberna Flamenca, La Catedral Tapas y Vinos, Taberna la Bombilla, La Bocana Ristobar, etc. This destination is incredibly complex and it welcomes the travellers from the entire world to come and discover the treasures of the Spanish heritage on this side of the country and relax during a comfortable stay.

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