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Situated along the same picturesque coastline as Cadiz on Spain’s southern shores, Chipiona is a quintessential Spanish seaside town, and one that’s not talked about enough. Its charming streets wind through a maze of potted plants, tapas bars, and traditional bodegas, all against a backdrop of whitewashed walls. 

When you’re not indulging in the local tapas and sherry, explore the iconic Chipiona Lighthouse, one of the tallest in Spain, offering panoramic views of the coastline. History enthusiasts can visit the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Regla, a beautiful 14th century church housing a revered statue of the Virgin Mary. 

But what truly sets Chipiona apart are its magnificent beaches, stretching for miles along the Atlantic Ocean. With soft, golden sands and crystal-clear waters, these beaches offer the perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, and trying your hand at water sports. 

Whether you’re strolling through the quaint, sleepy streets or relaxing on the pristine shores, Chipiona is the epitome of Spanish coastal living. It’s a place where the vibrant culture, delicious cuisine, and stunning natural beauty come together to create an unforgettable seaside getaway. No wonder the Spanish want to keep it a secret.

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Your Chipiona questions, answered

Fly direct to Seville Airport (SVQ) with easyJet and then drive south for one hour and 19 minutes to Chipiona. It’s worth it!
Tapas on tap. Eat small plates of fried fish, sit in the sun, sink a few glasses of the local sherry, and enjoy a crisp, cold cerveza. It’s a gastronomic gem.
A trip to the old city of Cadiz is worthwhile. It’s got a unique blend of old and new architecture, urban beaches and amazing food. It’s only a 45-minute drive away.

Hotels in Chipiona

Playa de Regla
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