The beaches and surroundings

The town of El Rompido stands halfway between the boroughs of Cartaya and Lepe, at the mouth of the River Piedras. Home to an ancient fishing harbour, it boasts a long-standing seafaring tradition and has bred many fine sailors.

Yet it has also been blessed with more than 10 km of peaceful, unspoilt beaches bathed by calm, crystal-clear waters, separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a unique sandbank and dune system known as La Flecha de El Rompido, and which has led to the formation of the River Piedras marshlands.

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