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Explore interesting sights in Tarifa, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Tarifa, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Tarifa
1. Iglesia de San Mateo
Iglesia de San Mateo is the main church of Tarifa in the Province of Cadiz, Spain. It was supposed to have been built in 1506 on the remains of an old mosque, although worship at the church has only been mentioned in documents since 1534, another date given for its inauguration. Numerous alterations have been made to the church over the centuries. The main Baroque facade was designed by architect Torcuato Cayon de la Vega in 1774, and the work was completed four years later under the direction of maestro Carlos Hermida. The bell tower has a square, robust base, and is topped with a fluted dome. The Capilla del Sagrario was restored in 1899, a magnificent dome on scallops that extends to the ground forming three semicircular chapels.
2. Baelo Claudia
Baelo Claudia was an ancient Roman town of Hispania, located 22 kilometres (14 mi) outside of Tarifa, near the village of Bolonia, in southern Spain. Lying on the shores of the Strait of Gibraltar, the town was originally a fishing village and trade link when it was settled some 2,000 years ago. Although prosperous at the time of Emperor Claudius, it went into a decline hastened by earthquakes and was abandoned by the 6th century.
3. Sancho IV de Castilla
Sancho IV of Castile called the Brave, was the king of Castile, León and Galicia from 1284 to his death. Following his brother Ferdinand's death, he gained the support of nobles that declared him king instead of Ferdinand's son Alfonso. Faced with revolts throughout his reign, before he died he made his wife regent for his son Ferdinand IV.
4. Necropolis de Los Algarbes
The Necropolis of the Algarbes is an archaeological site located in the Spanish municipality of Tarifa (Cádiz). It represents one of the most important archaeological complexes of the province, corresponding to the Chalcolithic and the Bronze Age, being dated towards the end of the III millennium BC. C.
5. Torre Vigía Guadalmesi
The Guadalmesí Tower, also called Guadalmedina, is a beacon tower located on the north shore of the Strait of Gibraltar, in the municipality of Tarifa, included within the Natural Park of the Strait and declared of cultural interest (BIC) on June 29, 1985.
6. Francisco de Copons y Navía
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