Hotels in El Puerto de Santa Maria
Budget hotels in El Puerto de Santa MariaSee all
El Puerto de Santa Maria 1.3 km from city centre
Located in the urbanization Valdelagrana, the hotel is located about 700 m from the beach that gives the name to the neighborhood....
Hostal Alhaja Playa
El Puerto de Santa Maria 2 km from city centre
Hostal Alhaja Playa is a short walk from Puntilla Beach and Puerto Sherry, in Puerto de Santa María. This guesthouse offers...
Puerta De Algadir
El Puerto de Santa Maria 4.4 km from city centre
The Puerta del Algadir hotel has practical and well-equipped rooms, and is located near the coastal town of El Puerto de...
Casa De Huéspedes Santa Maria
El Puerto de Santa Maria 116 m from city centre
Offering simple, smart rooms, Casa de Huéspedes Santa Maria is set in the center of Puerto de Santa María. Just 5 minutes’...
El Puerto de Santa Maria 1 km from city centre
The preferred airport for Hotel Bodega Real is Jerez de La Frontera (XRY) - 21.4 km / 13.3 mi. Distances are calculated in...
Casa de los Leones
El Puerto de Santa Maria 360 m from city centre
Dating back to the 17th century, Casa Palacio de los Leones houses modern apartments, while still conserving the original...
El Puerto de Santa Maria 460 m from city centre
En pleno centro, junto a la amplia oferta gastronómica de El Puerto de Santa María. A 3 Km. de las playas de El Buzo y...
Tourism in El Puerto de Santa Maria
Among the many interesting places not to be missed in Santa María are the Castle of San Marcos, the Medinaceli Palace, the Rafael Alberti Foundation Museum, and the Salt Marshes of Toruños, where there is nature tourism and where you can sail and windsurf.
Its beaches are a magnet for a large number of foreign tourists who visit during the summer. The fine golden sands are bathed by crystal waters, whose warmth makes them particularly attractive. There are all types of restaurants, bars and chiringuitos (food and beverage stands) here, some of which, as is the case in the beach of Valdelagrana, offer flamenco dancing as part of the nights tourist entertainment. Bowling alleys and pubs are some of the other options on offer when night falls at the Port of Santa Maria. It is best to begin in the plaza of the ancient city center and to follow the road, trying the fried fish and wines of the banks of the Guadalete River the variety of places to eat is large. There are many places to choose from in which to enjoy Santa Marías nightlife, and the city also contains a casino el Casino Bahía de Cádiz in which you can enjoy a different sort of evening.
The urban beaches near Port Sherry and the break-waters, and eventually bordering the western region, are some of this coastlines most beautiful.
Santa Catalina receives many visitors, while on Playa de Fuenterrabía located in the town of the same name you can scuba dive, fish and windsurf.
Valdegrana is another of the better-known and much-visited beaches, partly for the convenient tram, and partly for the nudists. It offers every service, and holds the Blue Flag of the European Union.
On the beaches of Puntilla, close to the mouth of the Guadalete whose tranquil waters always carry a breeze, you tend to find kite fliers and windsurfers. The beach of La Calita or Caleta del Ague, is actually two coves separated by the ruins of the castle of Santa Catalina. Although the rocky outcrops in the water make it less than ideal for swimming, you can enjoy scuba diving and harpoon fishing.