Holiday apartments Puerta La Mar is located in a building at the end of the Paseo de La Alameda, one of the busiest areas of Tarifa more leisurely and hospitalitable. Built in the old medieval wall, in a prime location of the city, it offers a unique view of the Castle, the port, the lighthouse and the island of Las Palomas.


Tarifa has a wealth of beaches, making it one of the most sought-after summer destinations on the coast of Cadiz. Tourists can find beaches like Playa Chica (the closest point to the Mediterranean) and Los Lances (the beginning of the Atlantic), separated both by the Island of Las Palomas. To the west, in the municiple, the Natural Park of the Strait, offers a natural paradise, the most pristine beaches, Valdevaqueros, Punta Paloma and Bolonia, the latter considered by TripAdvisor travelers as one of the five best beaches in Spain.


Tarifa has a wide range of leisure activities, making it one of the liveliest cities for an Andalucian summer. Thanks to its natural wealth, visitors can go on a seaside trip through the Strait of Gibraltar, participate on tours, whale watching or fishing for bluefin tuna as well as do active and rural tourism, sports such as climbing or learning kitesurf in one of the schools that are located on the beach. The story is also an important claim, with unavoidable visits, such as the Castle of Guzman el Bueno, declared cultural interest, or the Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia, Bolonia beach. Walking through the old town and enjoy its tapas bars, or other delights offered by tarifa nights where the triumph of the bars installed in the area or Valdevaquero dunes or Punta Paloma.