Los Canos de Meca, small village in the municipality of Barbate (region of Janda Litoral), is located to the south of the Iberian Peninsula in the southwest sector of the province of Cadiz, near the Strait of Gibraltar and 37 Km off the coast of Morocco.
Its coastal strip stretching from Cape Trafalgar to the cliffs of the Natural Park of La Brena and marshes of Barbate, has remained virtually free of urban pressure to be protected by areas of interest for national defense, figures and the environmental impact of easterly winds protection. It has a well-preserved natural environment and beautiful landscapes featuring the image of an empty territory occupied by pine forests, beaches, dunes and cliffs, virtually untouched.
Since the 60s, the Sewers was a meeting between followers of the hippie movement, today has become one of the most attractive destinations on the Costa de la Luz, visited every year by tourists of all ages, who feel attracted by the beauty of its landscapes, its unique atmosphere and set of 6 unspoilt beaches.
You enjoy an unbeatable location is in the center of the triangle formed by the towns of Conil, Barbate and Vejer, near the hamlet of Zahora and only 7 kilometers from El Palmar. A natural environment of great beauty as is the region of the Janda, which in turn has a rich and varied cultural, ethnological and gastronomic heritage, being representative historic areas of Alcalá de los Gazules, Conil, Medina Sidonia and Vejer de la Frontera, along with a series of buildings of architectural interest such as castles, churches, lighthouses, farmhouses and watchtowers.