Connoisseurs call Conil de la Frontera one of the most beautiful places on the Spanish coast of light, the Costa de la Luz. Despite the steady increase in the number of visitors since the 1960s (more than 80,000 people regularly visit during the summer season), the town has not lost its historic charm. Tourism, along with agriculture and fishing, is one of the most important sources of income for the small town of almost 22,000 inhabitants. The charming village, which is one of the so-called white villages on the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos, belongs to the autonomous Comunidad Andalusia and is located directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Politically, Conil, as the place was briefly called until the beginning of the 1980-ies, is assigned to the province Cádiz. Its capital is at a distance of 40 kilometres and is worth an excursion
The appealing mixture of exciting history, distinctive hospitality and exciting and relaxing leisure activities makes Conil de la Frontera a perfect holiday destination for families and young people alike. It is therefore hardly surprising that the town was recently added to the list of the world's hundred best destinations.