Rota

 

01 – Motorbike Concentration

First of February 2020 (to be determined) This winter concentration “Villa de Rota” is one of the most prestigious and oldest of all...
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02 – Rota’s Carnival

From February 21 to March 1, 2020 Carnival events are celebrated in mid-February and they are varied and among them we can highlight...
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03 – Pizza Festival

First of April 2020 (date to be determined) The Villa de Rota is undoubtedly one of the Spanish towns with more pizzerias per...
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04 – Easter Week

From April 5 to April 12, 2020 Getting excited in Rota with Easter Week is easy, because here  is lived with a special...
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05 – Spring Fair

From April 29 to May 3, 2020 (to be confirmed) Our fair is a friendly fair, fun and eminently Andalusian. There you will...
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06 – Saint John Party

June 24, 2020 On the reason of the traditional festivities of Saint John, the different clubs of the town install pallets in their...
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07 – Tapa Fair

Every year, in September, is celebrated this curious fair where many establishments of our town place their little posts to offer customers varied...
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Botanical Park Celestino Mutis

It is located behind our coastline, the Botanical “Celestino Mutis” is a place created for relaxation, meditation and also, of course, for the...
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Charity Church

It is located in the center of the urban area. It has baroque style and has a Latin cross shape, with a length...
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Mayetería

To refer in Rota to agriculture the best way to understand it is MAYETERÍA, “the work in the field of the inhabitant from...
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Merced Tower

It is the only architectural rest of what used to be the old Convento de la Merced, founded by Mr. Rodrigo Ponce de...
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Moon Castle

It dates from the 13th century and was built on a fortified Muslim convent from the 11th century. It has a rectangular ground...
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Natural Beaches

Rota also has really paradisiacal beaches like Puntalillo, Los Corrales, Punta Candor and Pegina. These beaches are located in a wild and natural...
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Our Lady Of The O Church

This church was built in the 16th century and the works was financed by Mr. Rodrigo Ponce of Leon, Duke of Arcos. Its...
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Pine Forest

The pine forest of Rota is a natural space with a great ecological value, since it accomplish an indisputable esthetic and landscape function....
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San Roque Church

The San Roque church was built in the middle of the 17th century. At first it was located on the outskirts of the...
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The Chameleon

Of all the reptiles in Spain, the Chameleon is the strangest and most attractive of all. At present, it is in serious danger...
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The Corrales

It is accessed from the Diputación Street, through elevated footpaths and footbridges that safeguard the dunes and pine forest. The Corrales beach has...
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Urban Beaches

The city of Rota is surrounded by different beaches throughout all the urban area: Galeones, Rompidillo, La Costilla or La Ballena, the last...
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Walled City

The wall that surrounded Rota was curved forming an imperfect oval. This separated the part nearest to the dock from the rural area...
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