Further south you will find El Puerco Beach, which is popuarly known as Novo Sancti Petri Beach. Its original state has been preserved, with dunes on some stretches and cliffs at others, in addition to the traditional, golden sands found along almost the entire Cadiz coast.
Lastly, Sancti Petri Beach is completely unspoiled. It is situated in an idyllic setting and offers spectacular sunsets.
Wandering through the town centre, you will easily see why Chiclana received Green Flag - Sustainable City status in 2002.
Places of interest:
San Juan Bautista Parish Church, La Torre del Reloj, Jesús Nazareno Church and Convent, Santa Ana Shrine, Castle of Sancti Petri, Chiclana Museum and the Wine and Salt Interpretation Centre.
Our region offers a highly suitable natural setting for you to enjoy the experience of being outdoors on horse back thanks to routes through impressive coastal landscapes and pine forests.
Chiclana has priceless potential for the practice of water sports. Sancti Petri Beach is one of the best places around for fans of sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, diving and sports fishing.