Andalusia is another of those communities where we can find many places to visit, from cities to charming little towns, and especially coastal areas where you can enjoy the good weather. That is why we are going to look for those beautiful charming coastal towns located in Andalusia.
The coastal towns of Andalusia They offer us many charming spaces and, above all, great beaches for sunbathing. Some of these coastal towns bring us typical pictures of Andalusia, and in general they are all very touristy, since there is no corner of this friendly land that is not known.
We start with a city that brings us a typical stamp of the most beautiful towns in Andalusia. White houses cover the top of a mountain facing the sea and at the end of the Sierra de Cabrera. It is a very pretty town, with dazzling white houses that have been standing for centuries, and which has seen many towns pass by, from Phoenicians to Romans. One of the things to do in this town is to get lost in the narrow streets, enjoying the white of the houses in contrast to the blue of the sky and the colorful flowers on the balconies. The Mora fountain is one of its historical points, where the city was handed over to the Catholic Monarchs. You can also go hiking along the La Mena trail, overlooking the sea.
Níjar is a small town, although the municipal term is wide. It is another village of white houses located on the coast, near the famous Cabo de Gata natural park. From this place you can visit the Tabernas desert, where in the past cowboy movies were filmed. This town offers a very touristy place with beautiful nearby beaches, although the cultural heritage is scarce due to the fact that it is an area that has been looted by pirates for centuries. This turbulent history, however, does not exempt it from being a charming town that today enjoys a great tourist activity.
Nerja is a town known in Spain for being the place where many episodes of the mythical series 'Verano azul' were filmed. If we are going to visit the town we can also enjoy guided tours to see the settings where these scenes were filmed. In addition, there is a replica of the great Chanquete ship. Another of the mythical things that can be done in this town is visit the Balcony of Europe, with spectacular views of the sea. The Cueva de Nerja is another of the things that should be visited, and in the center of the town we can enjoy typical cuisine restaurants and souvenir shops.
This is another one of those charming Andalusian towns, with beautiful white houses decorated with flowers and ceramic dishes. In this place you can enjoy great views of the sea, and also a castle located in the upper area of the town, from which there are spectacular views. It's a Moorish castle from the XNUMXth century on top of a rock that in Nasrid times was a royal prison. Near the castle is the church of the Virgen del Rosario, a Mudejar work from the XNUMXth century.
Tarifa is one of the most touristic destinations in Andalusia, so we have another one of those places that you have to visit at least once. In this area are the Bolonia and Valdevaqueros beaches. We will realize that Tarifa is the mecca of water sports, with hundreds of kitesurfing kites soaring through the sky. In addition, we can make some interesting visits, such as the Guzmán Castle from the year 960 that is still well preserved. Enjoy the amazing views of the Mirador del Estrecho, from which we can see the coast of Africa.
Estepona is another one of those towns with an incomparable Andalusian charm. A place to walk quietly through its streets, enjoying every little corner. The Plaza de las Flores in its old town it lives up to its name, with beautiful colored flowers that adorn it in the most beautiful way. We can also visit some monuments in its old part, such as the Castillo de San Luis. It is possible to enjoy a fun afternoon at Selwo Aventura, a zoo, or visit the equestrian art center.
Conil de la Frontera
In Conil de la Frontera it is possible to enjoy a quiet environment near beautiful coves and beaches. The old town is very beautiful, with the typical white houses with inner courtyards, decorated with pots full of flowers. Some things that can be done in this town are, for example, visits to the fish auctions in the port, and then taste the tuna from the trap. Go to the food market to see their typical products and make purchases on market days. You should not miss sunny days on the Fontanilla beach and in Cala de Aceite.