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LA COCOTERA Tarifa, Spain

   
 

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About Tarifa

A city with its roots rumbling around the Roman times, it's name came from Tarif ibn Malik who was the instigator of a Muslim raid in AD 710, which was a year before the main Islamic invasion of the peninsula. Only a small town with regular ferries connecting it to Tangier (40 minutes) and Ceuta (1 hour), it is on the southern tip of Spain where the Atlantic and the Mediterranean meet. The city for wind sports of any sort (think windsurfing, kitesurfing and surfing), it has an international reputation as a destination for those into gliding over the water by whatever means possible.
Coworking has sprung up here to cater to the wandering nomads that hang out in its laid-back atmosphere, as much as for the locals who don't want to leave their own piece of paradise.

Sitting on the Costa de la Luz across from the Straits of Gibraltar and facing Morocco, it is an exciting town and the southernmost point of Europe. Several nearby villages rely on Tarifa for their economies, such as Tahivilla, Facinas and Bolonia. The old town is reminiscent of the Moroccan towns of Essaouira and Chefchaouen with cobblestoned lanes, white and blue whitewashed buildings and plenty of outdoor terraces to while away time people watching whilst sipping espresso. The old town is ancient, seductive and bubbling with international life. When you couple this Moroccan feel with a laid-back vibe and sunny beaches of wind swept sand and waves, you have a very different scene to that of the rest of Andalucia.

Coworking venues have sprung up to cater to the town's international folk as much as its locals who have no desire to leave this sporting enclave. You can easily grab a bus to get to Seville that is about 200km north or to Malaga and Cadiz when you need to escape.

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