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Isla de Las Palomas, Tarifa
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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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  • Also called island of Tarifa, situated opposite the town. Between Playa Chica and the beach los Lances, part a road that brings you closer to the pigeon Island, where you can see on your left the Mediterranean Sea and on your right the Atlantic Ocean. Until the beginning of the 19TH century the island was separated from the town of Tarifa, until the current road/highway was built, is the most southern place of Spain and of course Europe. In 2003 it was declared Natural Park of the Strait, although you need to adapt it for the visit of the many people who come to see it.
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  • The island itself close so you actually reach the southernmost point of Europe. But this does not prevent your importance of this place. We stopped for a few minutes on the way to Tarifa Cadiz from Gibraltar for the sake of a couple of pics with the flag of his country. There's fun for the fans of water sports
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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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