Has the largest boats (one with a glass bottom), holding 40 and 60 people.
Castillo de Guzmán
Though built in 960 on the orders of Cordoban caliph Abd ar-Rahman III, this restored fortress is named after Reconquista hero Guzmán El...
Centro de Interpretación de Cetáceos
The waters off Tarifa are one of the best places in Europe to see whales and dolphins as they swim between the Atlantic and the...
This old town ruin turned club amps things up with a steady early-hours diet of electro and house.
The Alameda is lined with restaurants and cafes. First-class food and efficient service make La Trattoria one of the best and busiest...
Recinto Portuario · interesting places nearby
Aventura Marina information
Diving in Tarifa is usually done from boats around Isla de las Palomas, where shipwrecks, corals, dolphins and octopuses await. Port-based Aventura Marina offers three-hour 'baptisms' (€75) and equipment rental (€50).