La Siesta de la Gaviota is located in the municipality of Chipiona, specifically in the rural area Pago Niño de Oro and coast of La Grajuela.
Much to discover
Its enclave makes it a strategic and privileged place for all those visitors who wish to know the rich natural and cultural heritage of the area.
Find it yourself
On one hand, there is the town of Chipiona itself to which it belongs and only 4 km from our facilities. It is a town with historical monuments such as the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Regla, the parish church, the lighthouse and the castle. It also has real natural monuments, such as the fishing corrals and some of the best beaches in Spain, Regla beach, Camarón beach, Micaela, etc.
Sanlúcar de barrameda
In the opposite direction, towards the east and, again only 5 km away, we find the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda, another municipality that houses great historical, cultural and natural treasures. Among its great buildings are the Palacio Municipal de Orleans y Borbón, the ducal palace of Medina Sidonia, the Auditorio de la Merced, Castillo de Santiago, the Iglesia de la O, Las Covachas and the Parroquia de Santo Domingo.
Enjoy the land
Coming to Sanlúcar de Barrameda means quality tourism. From attending the horse races held on the beach to strolling through its historic center visiting narrow streets, squares, churches and even the castle. One thing we cannot forget to mention is the Coto Doñana: a mosaic of ecosystems that are home to a unique biodiversity in Europe. The marshland stands out above all, of extraordinary importance as a place of passage, breeding and wintering for thousands of European and African birds. The Park is home to unique species, and in serious danger of extinction, such as the Iberian imperial eagle and the Iberian lynx
Sanlúcar de Barrameda located next to the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, has in its natural environment, in its climate and in the ancestral customs of its people, numerous treasures to make known to those who visit us. One of the best known by all is its gastronomic wealth.
You can also visit
Jerez de la Frontera, well known for its wines, horses and flamenco, preserves a historic center that has been declared a historic-artistic site. One of the noblest localities of Cádiz combines the lordship of aristocratic palaces with the popular flavour of a typically Andalusian hamlet. This immense cultural offer is enriched with the aromas of the regional gastronomy, in which the Denomination of Origin of Jerez-Xérès-Sherry Manzanilla-Sanlúcar de Barrameda stands out. A visit to one of the city's wineries will help the traveler to delve deeper into its winemaking tradition.
Founded some 3,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, Cadiz is the oldest city in the West. The different peoples who settled here left a cultural imprint, whose influence still remains in the character of the people of Cádiz. This peninsula, in the heart of the Andalusian Atlantic coast, has preserved an important historical legacy as a result of its commercial importance together with excellent beaches and an exquisite regional cuisine. The Costa de la Luz, spread between the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz, also offers a multitude of destinations that combine culture and leisure. And for nature lovers, there is nothing better than visiting the Doñana National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.