Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Travel | El Palmar and Conil

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travel blog cadiz spain

Let me introduce you to my little slice of heaven 

travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain
travel blog cadiz spain

El Palmar and Conil, Cadiz (Spain)
wearing: TOPSHOP jamie jeans, COMME DES GARCONS tee, ASOS sunglasses, NIKE frees* 

Allow me to get patriotic for a second here. My family have been taking staycations (we live in Southern Spain) in the Cadiz coastal region of Andalucia for over fifteen years. Spanish people have been vacay-ing in Cádiz since forever - and if you can't trust the locals, who can you trust? ELLE Spain perhaps? Compared to the - in my opinion - way inferior Costa del Sol, it's pretty underestimated. So, if anything, this is a little PBP secret. 

We were slightly more active this visit, as these images were taken in November. Freshly arrived from Northern England, the sun on our skin and temperatures of 20ºC were priceless. The beaches stretch for miles, interrupted only by laid-back sun worshippers (my Team), sunset beach bars and, in the right season, surfers or windsurfers. The atmosphere is hard to describe until you arrive - it's magic.

General Recommendations:
1. La Cerveceria - small beachside bar where all the locals go, cheap fish and cheap drinks
2. Gurugú Beach Bar - right on the beach, backdrop for this post, good music and dranks
3. Contemporary Art Centre - I'm a massive contemporary art junkie, so I was so happy to find a really amazing collection in the middle of a forest and near the beach - link here
4. Canela y Miel cake shop - this is actually in Conil Old Town but has loads of cakes and cookies, it's a must
5. La Delizia Italian ice cream - delicious ice creams on the main street in Conil between the beach and the Old Town 

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