Tarifa is a small fishing town of about 18,000 inhabitants, located at the southernmost point of Europe, which years ago was seen as a cursed place due to the strong winds that regularly hit it.
Everything began to change around the 80s with the first appearances of sports such as windsurfing, which took advantage of the winds as their greatest ally, placing Tarifa as the number one place in Europe to practice these sports.
It was not until the early 2000s that kitesurfing as a sport began to develop, and it did not take long until Tarifa became the mecca of this sport due to its wind and large beaches.
Since then, tourism in Tarifa has not stopped growing, attracting tourists from all over the world who are looking for nature, good weather, rich gastronomy and the many activities that the environment offers.
The Strait of Gibraltar
A place to connect with the environment
Located in the heart of the AlcornocalesNatural Park, Tarifa is a privileged place due to the wealth it offers, both culturally, as well as outdoor activities, or simply the enjoyment of nature.
In addition to wind sports such as kitesurfing, windsurfing or wingfoil, Tarifa is known for its incredible landscapes,