10 km, best time to go, you can go kitesurfing all year around.
The road, Carretera de Betis, is an alternative route to CA-8202 Puerto de Bolonia (a bird-watching spot) and Bar El Tropezon on the road.
# alcoholic cocktail Paloma of grapefruit and ice in glasses.Summer light alcoholic drink.They have some differences and different entries.Punta Paloma Playa, Tarifa, Cádiz, punta Paloma, Tarifa.Kite size, levante: 4 to 8 m, poniente: 9 to.The road is constantly being covered by sand, so you need to drive carefully.Beach, fine sand and some small rocks, length:.500.
Recommended level, beginner, intermediate, expert, dangers, there are some rocks in the water at the south of the spot (closer to Tarifa).
On some minor Levante days you will get a nice, clean wave.
Camping Paloma campsite is next to this road; turn left to another campsite, Camping El Jardin de las Dunas, a beach bar and the car park for.
Side on shore, better stay close to, tarifa town when the wind blows relaciones esporadicas malaga from the west.Another of the best and safest kitespots when there is Levante wind, from the east.For sure you will find what you need at the kitesurfshops in Tarifa For a nice lunch or dinner, you have lots of possibilities around Tarifa.Find the other posts for more information about kitespots in Tarifa.With Poniente you can get some swell of 1 to 2 meters.Sierra San Bartolomé on the Punta Paloma headland is a popular rock climbing zone called Betis, located near a hamlet of the same name.You can find limited parking, from where you walk down to the beach.There is where you will end if you have any problems with the kite.Turn left onto the A-2325 signposted Punta Paloma at km 74, about 15 minutes/10km from Tarifa.The Guns of Navarone in Greece.The dunes are the result of sand being blown from the beach up the headland, burying all the vegetation and even the trees.East wind (Levante usually gusty, side shore, side off, you end up at the dune at the end of the beach if you have any problems with your kite or cant relaunch.But if you want some more action in the evening, check out the post about bars and nightclubs of Tarifa Ready to learn kitesurfing?In the 1990s the local authorities tried, unsuccessfully, to prevent the sand's movements by constructing a series of wicker fences - environmentalists have called for the fences to be removed as they are now buried, with only spikes left sticking out of the sand.