The Palace

The palace was build at the end of the nineteenth century. The building of the Palace took a lot of time. The best materials were used like Italian marble and original columns probably coming from Bolonia, The Palace boasts fantastic views.

The Big house

This house we bought back in 1984 when I was still young; I felt immediately in love with it. It is huge and like seven families used to live there till the seventies. The house was well restored and has huge rooms and beds; in fact we changed the apartments in rooms . There is a nice patio a garden patio and a terrace all very ample. The situation is very close to the center of Tarifa like 200 m.

Tarifa

is a small town in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia, on the southernmost coast of Spain. It is primarily known as one of the world's most popular destinations for wind sports. The town is located on the Costa de la Luz ("coast of light") and across the Straits of Gibraltar facing Morocco.

At exactly 36 degrees latitude, it is the southernmost point of Continental Europe, situated south of both African capital cities of Tunis and Algiers. It is also one of the southernmost points of geographic Europe, with only Malta and the southernmost Greek islands of Crete and Gavdos being further south, with Gavdos being the southernmost point of Europe. 

The municipality includes Punta de Tarifa, the southernmost point in continental Europe. There are several villages which depend economically on Tarifa in the municipality, including Tahivilla, Facinas, and Bolonia.

Situation in Tarifa

Ambos están situados cerca de la puerta de Jerez y de la calle de la Luz. Cientos de restaurantes y bares están a 10 y 500 m de distancia.

La playa está a 500m del puerto 400m. Puede descargar su equipaje en frente de la puerta, hay un montón de espacio para equipo deportivo, etc. La calle es tranquila.