Where to eat in the palmar?

Are you looking for a place to eat in Playa de El Palmar (Vejer de la Frontera)?

Do you like Italian food? Yes, you do, don’t you? In that case your best choice is the Acebuche pizzeria restaurant.

The Acebuche pizzeria restaurant is located at the foot of one of the best beaches in Cadiz, undeveloped, with eight kilometres of fine golden sand and clean, transparent waters. 

Acebuche is an Italian restaurant that has been bringing the best of Italian food to Cádiz for twelve years.  It has a terrace, garden and a small children’s playground, allowing you to enjoy nature in a privileged environment. 

We make homemade, healthy, sustainable and respectful food, made with the best natural ingredients. We combine traditional recipes with new flavours because we believe that tradition does not have to be at odds with the avant-garde. 

Our sole objective is to make every pizza that comes out of our wood-fired oven, every pasta or dessert a unique and unforgettable experience for our customers. 

We have adapted our menu to the different food intolerances. You will find gluten-free and/or lactose-free pizzas and pastas, as well as different vegan and vegetarian options.


Enjoy a day in El Palmar

What to do in the El palmar?

After lunch you can spend the day and go sightseeing/enjoy El Palmar, its beach located just ten minutes by car from Conil de la Frontera, is considered one of the best in Cadiz and, by extension, in the whole of Andalusia.

Its sand is fine and golden along its eight kilometres, with an average width of between 50 and 80 metres. It has extraordinary conditions for surfing, bodyboarding and other adventure sports. The waters are very clean and not too deep, so they invite both adults and children to swim. 

Although there are no urbanisations around it, it has different services, such as small shops, lifeguards, lifeguards and security and cleaning services.

There are a large number of open-air car parks located just a few metres from the beach. The beach, thanks to its special characteristics, has the Q for tourist quality awarded by the Spanish Institute for Tourist Quality. 

El Palmar beach is located between Conil de la Frontera and Zahora, in an undeveloped area. A few kilometres away is the beautiful village of Vejer de la Frontera. It is reached via the A-233 road, from where several farm tracks lead to the beach itself. 

Access to the beach is via wooden walkways to preserve the natural dunes. 

donde salen varios caminos agrícolas que conducen hasta la misma playa. 

El acceso a la playa se realiza a través de pasarelas de madera para preservar las dunas naturales. 

The beach can be divided into four zones:

El tramo desde la playa de Castilnovo, en Conil de la Frontera, hasta la torre de Torrenueva. Se trata de una zona muy tranquila donde algunos practican el nudismo. Las mascotas son aceptadas fuera de temporada, que es julio y agosto. 

The stretch from the beach of Castilnovo, in Conil de la Frontera, to the tower of Torrenueva. It is a very quiet area where some people practise nudism. Pets are allowed out of season, which is July and August..

From Casa Francisco to the end of the road there are several beach bars, full of young people looking for fun.

From the end of the road to the beach of La Mangueta, which now belongs to Barbate. This is the most isolated area of the beach and the least crowded.


The beach of El Palmar is one of the favourites for surf lovers, given the large number of schools, rental places and shops dedicated to the world of surfing that are found along the main avenue.

Summer, when the waves are smaller, is the favourite season for beginners, with autumn and winter being the dates of choice for more experienced surfers.

A two-hour rental of a board plus wetsuit costs around ten euros. A two-hour lesson costs 25 euros. A weekend or two-day surf course costs an average of 55 euros.

A four-day surf course costs around 95 euros. A five-day surf course costs 115 euros.