Atlantic Route

From Sanlucar de Barrameda, on the mouth of the river Guadalquivir and setreching along 260km. of coast line, we find some of the most golden and fine-standed beaches in Spain. This route blends the starling beauty of sea, landscape and ancient monuments such as the Roman ruins of Baelo-Claudia at Tarifa at Punta Europa-the southernmost tip of the European continent- where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. From there wiyhout losing sight of the sea, the route continous tillthe mouth of Guadiaro river.

Along the way includes Chipiona, Rota, El Puert de Santa Maria, San Fernando, Cadiz, the capital with 3000 years of history, Chclana, Conil, Vejer de la Frontera (with uncomparable views), Barbate, Zahara de los Atunes (fishing villages), Tarifa, Algeciras, La Linea, until we reach to San Roque where we can find the tourist resort Sotogrande.

This route this flood of landscaping surprises in which they conjugate earth sea and old strengths, and even, rest of old civilazciones, like the ruins of Baelo Claudia, wall of Tariff, in the end of Europe where are seas Atlantic and Mediterranean both. It begins in Sanlucar de Barrameda, following by Sanlucar de Barrameda, siguiendo por Chipiona, Rota, El Puerto de Santa Maria, San Fernando, Cádiz,the capital (with but of 3000 years of history), Chiclana, Conil, Vejer de la Frontera y Zahara de los Atunes, marine atmosphere populations peculiar, Tarifa, Algeciras, La Linea until arriving at San Roque.