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Isla de Las Palomas, Tarifa

Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
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3.6/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
Isla de Las Palomas is an island opposite the town of Tarifa at the southern end of the Punta de Tarifa at the southernmost point of the Iberian Peninsula. The island has been connected to the mainland by causeway since 1808.
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  • Literally the watershed because on one hand we have the Mediterranean Sea and the other the Atlantic Ocean. It's crazy! Attention because it pulls an incredible wind.
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  • In order to access to the island is a step that separates the Mediterranean Sea from the Atlantic. The island's is closed because it is a nature reserve and a former installation military now in the hands of the Guardia Civil. From this point good views to Tarifa, the Castillo de San Catalina and the kilometric and surfer there are beaches of Tarifa.
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  • Visit mandatory. On the left side of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean right side. A little careless
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