Conil de la Frontera reclines on southern Spain's Atlantic coast. A picturesque vacation hotspot of coves and cliffs, it's best known for its spacious sandy beaches, like Playa de la Fontanilla and Cabo Roche. By day, the town's attractive old streets bustle with ice-cream-wielding strollers and people-watching cafe patrons.

    By night, the pace is picked up by the town's tapas bars and watering holes. There's a handful of attractions here, including the centuries-old Torre Castilnovo, a stout old tower, and museums like the La Chanca Tuna Museum, which details Conil de la Frontera's fishing heritage.

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      Conil de la Frontera offers a small slice of Andalusian seaside paradise on Spain’s Costa de la Luz. The traditional fishing town borders a small but great collection of immaculate beaches along a 14 km coastal stretch. A popular surfing destination in Spain, the Atlantic waves off Conil can be enjoyed year-round. Exploring the low-rise old town, there...

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