trafalgar

the beautiful unspoilt beach of trafalgar in andalucia has the famous Cape Trafalgar, which protects the town’s beaches – it also protects shipping. This is probably one of the worlds most famous yet unknown places because it was off this point that The Battle of Trafalgar was fought in 1805. when Admiral Nelson, although greatly outnumbered, attacked and destroyed the Spanish fleet.  Windswept and building free, this beach is famous for its kite surfers;  very busy in the summer months, but perfectly peaceful any other time of the year.  when it is quiet, you will find it home to the local birds!

vejer de la fronterra

 

 

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