Conil de la Frontera is a municipality in the province of Cádiz, in southern Spain. It has a surface area of 88.61 km2. In addition to its main centre, it has two other urban centres: El Colorado and Roche. It borders Chiclana and Vejer de la Frontera, also coastal municipalities in the province of Cadiz.
At present Conil de la Frontera has 23.185 inhabitants, being the most populated town in the region of La Janda. In the last 25 years its population has grown by 38.92 %.
In terms of its geographical location, Conil is situated on a coastal plain in the southwest of the province of Cadiz. The easternmost part of the town is dominated by plains and beaches, while the westernmost part is made up of cliffs that reveal its geological history. Its road communications are simple and easily accessible by different routes, such as the N-340 national road and the A-48 motorway. It is a coastal municipality bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, with 14 kilometres of long white sandy beaches and unspoilt coves, as well as a large area of natural beauty spots such as the Dehesa de Roche, the mouth of the river Salado, and the Prado Castilnovo.
Its beaches can be enjoyed all year round, from May to October the weather is perfect for swimming and the rest of the time they are perfect for surfing or diving.
The structure of the municipality has been kept away from tall buildings, preserving the charm of a village with white façades and narrow streets.
It has been able to combine the necessary urban expansion that the growth of the population has demanded, with the integration of the essence of a fishing village. Conil de la Frontera is a charming tourist destination, in constant development, sustainable, quality and sensitive, with great scenic and ethnographic wealth.