Of the 83 beaches that draw the Cadiz coast, south of Andalucia, Spain, today we will stop at one of the most beautiful and wild, but easily accessible with our hire Camper vans. We’re talking about the beach Bolonia, situated between Tarifa and Zahara de los Atunes, which could well be considered its little treasure.

    Located in a cove between the mountain of San Bartolome, which mimics the crest of a wave-the Sierra de Plata and a bright dune that keeps moving when blowing “levante”, get to Bolonia is to discover the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean. For the brown hills that precede our van Vw California wrath ascending to see the sea.

Natural Park of the Strait

     The beach is part of Bolonia beautiful Natural Park of the Strait, so it is a protected area where the environment is preserved perfectly. There we found the huge Bolonia Dune, declared a natural monument in Andalusia, Spain in 2001, and where the more adventurous will can enjoy a beautiful view from its crest, with the profile of Africa drawing sister on the horizon.

Bolonia Beach, Tarifa, Cadiz. Campervan places Andalusia.

      If that was not enough for such a gift of nature, man has also been doing their part to give this beach a magical and special air that makes it different from the rest: the Ruins of the Roman city of Baelo Claudia, originating from second century BC.


     During the summer, concerts and plays are held in the original Roman scenario, a incomparable setting for enjoy art a summer night.


Baelo Claudia ruins at Bolonia beach, Tarifa, Cadiz, Spain.

     The beach environment Bolonia also offers a good environment and leisure services where you can park your rental RV, Camper or Motorhome and enjoy delicious restaurants, bars, shops and even some local hippy market with handicrafts.

     Luckily the beach is not too crowded even during the main summer months, so you can drive your Camper van and take your beach towel at any time and enjoy one of the most beautiful beaches of Cadiz of even Andalucia, there is no problem … 3800 meters gives for much!