Just inland from the coast, Chiclana sits on a small hill overlooking the marismas (salt marshes). With typical Andalucian style, narrow streets and courtyards full of flowers, Chiclana preserves its Andalucian customs and traditions well: the processions, bullfighting, flamenco, wine production are all part of life for the inhabitants of Chiclana de la Frontera. There are a wide range of shops and services including many bodegas, bars and restaurants. Bustle along with the locals at the excellent indoor market or enjoy a drink on the tiled promenade alongside the river Iro.
Recommended Stay: 2 nights
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Seville - 78 miles, Jerez de la Frontera - 24 miles, Cadiz - 15 miles, Chipiona - 38 miles, Puerto de Santa Maria - 20 miles, Tarifa - 50 miles