You can visit our “Fishing Corrals “. They form part of the original historical and cultural landscape that is the heritage of an ancient rural fishing culture, presumably Roman or Moorish. They are stone walls which stretch out to the sea from the coast in a semicircular shape handcrafted of “ostionera” stones handcrafted, distributed along our coast line. When the tides go out, the animals which are trapped within the walls can be caught by men wading on foot in the shallow waters. The stones are fixed by marine concretions, oysters and algae that act as natural cement.

The name and the location of the corrals is the following: Montijo’s Corrals, in the zone of the same name between Chipiona and Sanlúcar de Barrameda, those of La Longuera in El Muelle Beach, those of Trapillo, Cabito and Nuevo, in Las Canteras and those of Mariño, Canaleta , Chico and Hondo between Camarón and Las Tres Piedras Beaches.

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