CASARA WAY (Wellness And Yoga) is located in an idyllic enclave with stunning views of the majestic waters of the Atlantic Ocean and of Cape Trafalgar, where in 1805 the Royal Navy of Great Britain under the command of Admiral Nelson defeated the combined Spanish and French fleets, changing the course of history in the Napoleonic Wars.

Zahora Beach is 3,000 metres long and 40 metres wide. With its fine gold sand, crystal-clear blue waters and 300 days of sunlight per year, the beach is an earthly paradise that seems like a glimpse of heaven.

Besides the wonderful sunsets, the most spectacular aspect of the beach is the huge reef that shows at low tide and the enormous lagoon that appears when the water is shallow. The colourful sunsets and the scenery make for some of the most breathtaking sights in all of southern Spain.

Nearby guests can visit the La Breña y Marismas del Barbate Natural Park, a huge coastal reserve that is a popular area for equestrian, cycling and water sports. The shore is lined by towering cliffs, home to teeming colonies of herring gulls and egrets.

Ancient watchtowers from the 17th and 18th centuries (Torre del Tajo and Torre de Meca) stand on the cliffs overlooking the sea, where local fishermen use the traditional almadraba technique to catch tuna fish.

Thick stands of stone pine provide shade for a stunning variety of Mediterranean wildflowers.

The area is protected because of the precious ecosystem of the rocks and the rich variety of the offshore marine life. This is one of the most ecologically diverse and best-preserved parts of the entire Andalusian coast.

Zahora is also the perfect base for discovering the charms of the province of Cadiz and the whole Costa de la Luz. Located in the centre of the coast of Cadiz, there are nearby destinations of great interest that are barely an hour’s drive away; such as Cadiz itself, Puerto Santa María, Jerez de la Frontera, Tarifa, Vejer, Conil, Zahara de los Atunes, Bolonia and other small towns all over the province.

How to get there?

We recommend that you fly into Jerez but you can also fly to Seville, Malaga or Gibraltar.

We can book a transfer (shuttle) for you from the airport to CASARA WAY. We will try to match you with other arriving guests to spread the cost. If you wish us to book a transfer (shuttle) for you we will need you to give us at least three days’ notice to find the best option for you.

Conil de la Frontera, Vejer de la Frontera and Barbate are all around 10km from CASARA WAY. If you let us know your arrival time in advance we can pick you up there for free.

If you are interested in renting a car, we recommend this website: www.rentalcars.com

Directions to CASARA WAY

Go to Google Maps to get the directions to CASARA ZAHORA (Pago de zahora 249, CP/11159, Zahora, Barbate) or Bungalows Camping Caños de Meca. CASARA WAY is 1km from Bungalows Camping Caños de Meca.

GPS: 36º 11’45’’N 6º 02’27’’W

Local Maps and Spanish Tourist Information

We provide a wide variety of maps and tourist information about the nearby towns and local attractions, as well as bus schedules.


The province of Cadiz receives about 300 days of sunlight per year. Your vacation in Cadiz is guaranteed to be sunny and bright.

Keep an eye on the weather forecast before coming over. Most of the year the weather is warm and dry but in the winter the conditions can be cool and wet. In winter we recommend long sleeves, a jersey, a lightweight waterproof jacket and trousers. For the rest of the year, sunglasses and sunscreen are more important.

The region of Cadiz is known for its magic, natural charm and sunshine. No matter what time you decide to come, Cadiz will always be waiting for you with sunshine and energy ready to recharge your spirit. With its delicious cuisine, lively people and glorious beaches, Cadiz is one of the best loved and best preserved regions of western Europe.