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Between the country of Portugal and the Strait of Gibraltar, right along the Atlantic shore is the seaside town of Rota. Known for its fantastic beaches, the surf attracts locals and tourists alike to take a dip in the calm, warm waters. And with the area having been inhabited since the Bronze age, there are plenty of historical sights and buildings to experience when you need a break from the sun. Whether you come for the sand, the history, or a little of everything, the travel agents of Venere will help you find the Rota hotels that fit your needs. With 200,000 accommodations worldwide, Venere offers a host of various options from simple one star hotels all the way up to five stars to fit the budget and desires of every traveler.
What's Rota Like?
From the Bronze age, to the Phoenicians, to the Romans, and through today, many civilizations have been drawn to the area where Rota now stands. And after standing along the Chorrillo and Rompidillo beaches, one can certainly see why. The most popular attractions are a pair of beaches on the Bay of Cadiz. These two beaches, the Chorillo and Rompidillo beaches are popular for their warm water and fair weather. You can venture to the nearby Playa de la Costilla if you wish, but expect the water to be a bit cooler. Within the city is an array of buildings dating back hundreds of years. The Castillo de Luna is a castle built back in the 13th century. The ground floor is currently open to visitors free of charge. The rest of the castle holds the town's city hall and is not accessible.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rota
For those looking for traditional dishes, snails and deep fried pork rinds are local favorites. You can also find a local wine known as tintilla which is made with a dark red grape known as Grenache. As you'd imagine, Spanish is the region's primary language, so any phrases that you can pick up and understand will be helpful. For as long as you soak up the sun and history of Rota, Venere will have the right hotel for you. They proudly display high resolution photos of the interior and exterior of every hotel offered so you will never have to worry about being disappointed when you check into your room for the first time. Millions of independent reviews from previous visitors are also available for you to peruse. You can book online or use Venere's free smartphone app and receive exclusive deals sent directly to your phone.