Conil de la Frontera Travel Guide
Shopping There are a number of popular shops in Conil de la Frontera, including some chic fashion boutiques, souvenir shops, and supermarkets. If you don't find what you want in the village, the San Fernando mall is a short drive away in the direction of Cadiz.
Restaurants There are many good tapas bars in town, along with pizzerias and seafood restaurants. Tuna is a local speciality, as it is caught nearby. Holidaymakers should visit the best restaurants in Conil de la Frontera, which include Casa Francisco, Restaurant El Olivo, La Fontanilla and the fantastic pizzeria La Gaviota.
Nightlife Conil de la Frontera has a bustling nightlife compared to some other Spanish resort towns. There are many bars, clubs and cafes in the centre of town that stay open late, including popular venues like Club La Luna, Cafe La Habana and Bar Palo Palo. Other clubs offering pumping beats that offer a decent night out or that will keep you on the dance floor until the early hours include Pub Levante, Disco Carpa Keops, Pubs Makoki and Disco Pub La Villa. Traditional Spanish house turned bar, La Mulata, is great for those looking for something different and La Tertulia is also a hip and happening spot.
Activities Conil de la Frontera is the heart of the surfing community in Andalusia. The best surfing beach is El Palmar, and Playa Los Bateles is also well-regarded. Kitesurfing and scuba diving are popular as well, but those more comfortable with land-based activities will find good golf courses, Roman ruins to explore, and a number of activities including horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking.
Negatives Strong winds can occasionally disrupt beach activities.