Tarifa is a town in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia, on the southernmost coast of Spain. The town is located on the Costa de la Luz facing Morocco. It has about 18,000 inhabitants.
From the Tarifa Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Tarifa
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Nice, characterful building with wooden-beamed rooms, right on the coast. Easy to find. Has a good but inexpensive restaurant. Breakfast included and can be taken outside overlooking the sea. Muy bien! ... more
A buzzing hostel, always full of friendly travellers. Basic but sufficient breakfast, dorms were clean with locked cupboards for valuables (not big enough for a large pack though). Location was perfect, between the beach and the old town. Nice terrace and lounge areas for relaxing. ... more
Malaga - Tarifa 15 of July...peraphps share transportation??
Hello! Am looking for information about how to go from Malaga airport to Tarifa (Spain) without a car, as I just discovered with a prepaid card is almost unpossible to rent a car....I know there are busses but not trustuble....does anibody is going on the same way the same day and would like to share ...
I will drive with a pedalcar from Nordkapp to Tarifa
About going from Northcape to Tarifa in Pedalcar. First: The road to the North Cape is closed in winter. Second: If you want to travel the length of Norway, there are some fairly steep going both uphill and downhill. If you want to avoid the Norwegian mountain-passes, I recommend the route from ...
We are travelling around Spain in October
Hi am new to this need help with getting from Jerez to Tarifa does anyone know the best way Have looked into hiring a car but they dont have a drop off in Tarifa Also what clothes will we need for that time of the year We will be catching the ferry to Tangier from Tarifa when I see the ferry site ...
Espagne : Jour 1-7
Ohlala Tarifa ! Il y a des endroits comme ça, où on se sent tout de suite très bien. Avant d'arriver àTarifa, je croyais y rester une journée. J'y suis resté une semaine ! C'est difficile de bien expliquer pourquoi Tarifa est spécial. C'est surement, ses plages maaaaaagnifiques et de l'ambiance festive ...
Posted in Mon voyage by bedingue
31st March 2011
on to Tarifa while Danny finished a bottle of sherry he managed to secure from the tasting. The closer we headed to the coast, the windier it got. Turns out Tarifa is known for it's gale force winds, and we felt ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny
Off to Tarifa
Tarifa: Our lodgings We finally left Luz to see more of Europe. We headed back to Spain to get to the port city of Tarifa from which we will set sail to Africa (sounds adventurous doesn't it ...
Posted in Travelling Family by KZFamily