Hotel Marisma Sancti Petri
There are many sporting and leisure activities that you can do in this area with the Hotel Marisma Sancti Petri as your base. Five first class golf courses, one of the best enclaves for lovers of sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, scuba diving or sport fishing, walking trails to enjoy the biological diversity of both flora and fauna, bird watching and many places to visit. Ask at reception.
LA BARROSA BEACH
With 8 km of fine golden sand and two areas, one of the promenade with a varied tourist offer and the other with a high ecological value with pine groves and dunes that give it the appearance of an unspoilt beach.
BEACH OF SANCTI PETRI
With 2 km of high ecological value in two sections. One from the Farallón de Laja Bermeja, which joins it with La Barrosa beach, to the breakwater, and the other from the breakwater to the old village of Sancti Petri.
SANCTI PETRI CASTLE
With the Temple of Hercules in the background, the beach of Sancti Petri is famous for its natural environment. Surrounded by marshes and white dunes and within the Natural Park of the Bay of Cadiz, it is an ideal beach for the enjoyment of numerous nautical activities.
SANCTI PETRI MARSHES
On both sides of our River Iro, several lagoons and temporary pools are formed, the most outstanding being the Jeli and Montellano lagoons, declared nature reserves and a special protection area for birds.
PINE GROVES OF LA BARROSA
They occupy an outstanding place. Of special beauty are the Pinar de la Espartosa, Pinar del Hierro and the Pinar del Parque periurbano La Barrosa, which is equipped with facilities for the use and enjoyment of visitors.
OLD FISHERMEN'S VILLAGE
Old fishing village of almadraba fishermen, which is currently being restored. Interesting marina, fishing port and facilities for nautical activities.
The 7 magical spots
There are seven magic spots in Chiclana: from them you can see the city on different planes. The mythical one for the Temple of Hercules; the historical one for the Loma del Puerco, which takes us back to one of the most important episodes of the War of Independence, in 1811. Las Salinas, the most ethnographic magical spot. The oyster stone there says: “from the salt flats and marshes the people of Chiclana have obtained fish and salt from time immemorial“. Santa Ana Hill, the watchtower of the bay of Cádiz… El Carrascal, Miralmar and La Espartosa. Don’t miss them.