Scenes from Conil de la Frontera, Cádiz

A visual voyage through the white-washed walls and golden beaches of Conil de la Frontera:

Playa de los Bateles, studded with beach umbrellas in the middle of a hot afternoon.

An artisan market, offering up handmade jewelry, clothing, and more on the beach promenade.

Fresh squeezed orange juice, café con leche and pan con tomate=the breakfast of champions.

La Iglesia de Santa Catalina, built in 1411 onto what was once a mosque.

Though I opted to rent an apartment in Conil, the next time I go, I’ll seriously consider camping in Conil because the campsite is close to here. Looks divine, doesn’t it?

Summertime= al fresco dining.

Atlantic foam+golden sand

The streets of Conil—offering refuge from the heat amongst their shady twists and turns.

Come back for part 2 of scenes from Conil tomorrow! And while you’re at it, check out my first piece over at The Cultureist on ventas in Spain.

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  1. says

    Hell yeah to the breakfast of champions! I make that as often as I can! Conil is a beautiful beach town, which, sadly, I have only ever visited once before! Maybe i’ll take my tally to two before the summer’s through 😉

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