Hola everyone. Tarifa town looks like a little village but it’s not; there´s a long road which connect few beaches and all the main cities, towns and mountains, it’s called the Carretera Nacional 340. It’s true that Tarifa is loved by everyone so what happened is that, when in summer everyone has holidays, you can find half of this planet reunite here and the parkings are definitely full of cars. In this time to park your car can definitely be a nightmare and take a very long time. Don’t worry, we have a solution for you.
We offer scooter-rental. Only for 35 euros/day and one day offered if you rent for a week. We have the 2022 Peugeot Tweet 125cc, fast and agile, it offers a fantastic ride thanks to its low weight and big weels. You’re allowed to drive with a passenger. You can store your bikini and suncream under the seat and in a moto trunk.
Renting a motorcycle you’ve some advantages as you probably already know
- traveling by motorcycle has less impact on the environment than by car.
- The fuel cost is lower than renting a car.
- It’s super easy to park.
- Say goodbye to traffic jams. With our scooter won’t have to worry about it.
- The fact to travel in itself, the act of driving, can be a wonderful experience.
Driving the scooter you will feel the freedom and the fun. It will be a special way to break with the dynamics and make new memories.
Motorcycle routes ideas from Tarifa to…
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain’s south coast, 45 km from Tarifa. It’s dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar, a 426m-high limestone ridge. First settled by the Moors in the Middle Ages and later ruled by Spain, the outpost was ceded to the British in 1713. Layers of fortifications include the remains of a 14th-century Moorish Castle and the 18th century Great Siege Tunnels. There you can see monkeys (Macaca sylvanus), is a species of catarrino primate of the Cercopithecidae family that is currently found in some small areas of the Atlas Mountains of North Africa and in the rock of Gibraltar.
Scientists believe that the Gibraltar macaques or the Berberian monkeys were introduced as pets by the Arabs who settled in the Rock in early 700 to 1492.
Sounds like a good plan, right?
Documents you will need:
European Area Nationals countries may enter Gibraltar by presenting their valid national identity card or passport. Citizens of all other countries will need a passport or other recognized travel document.
Bolonia is located on the Atlantic shore, 23 kilometres by road west of Tarifa. It’s a coastal village and beach in the municipality of Tarifa.
All around Bolonia is nature. Virgin beaches, white sand, crystalline ocean, where you can breathe sea breeze.
Here you can visit the roman ruins, the dunes, the Camarinal lighthouse, the viewpoints on the mountain, beach bars, etc.
It’s a really special spot. Don’t miss it!
LOS CAÑOS DE MECA
Los Caños is a hippie spot. It’s a place where you can find a lot of nature. You can visit the forest in the mountain or the beach. The names of the beaches are, playa del Faro, Cala Varadero and Pirate Beach. Caños star is the Trafalgar lighthouse, with its 34 meters high. Take the opportunity to watch the sunset from the beach with the figure of the lighthouse cut against the orange sky, it is a shocking image that you will never forget. Both in the town of Caños de Meca and on the beach you will find restaurants, pizzerias, beach bars and bars where you can taste the local area flavors , take the opportunity to taste the almadraba bluefin tuna and retinto meat, both of excellent quality.
in Caños as well is difficult to park but with our scooter you will go relaxed and find an easy one.