The Roche Coves are formed by a succession of small coves, each one of them with its own name. That way, the first two that we’ll find are practically next to Roche’s residential zone and has the name of Cala Encendida, being this the greater in size, and Cala Aspera. Next we’ll find smaller ones, like Cala del Frailecillo, Cala del Pato and Cala Medina. These last coves have looked really affected by erosion and in some cases it’s almost impossible to find a space of sand during the high tide. This erosion has also led the last years to the appearing of rocks, which makes the bath difficult in some areas.
Nevertheless, it’s worth doing a tour through them through the pedestrian trails and choose the one we like the most, since most of them are really calm and with the guard of the always feared Levante’s Wind.The succession of coves continues with the one called Tio Juan de Medina, which is the third larger. Last we’ll find a little cove called Cala del Faro, located only 200 meters away from Cabo Roche.All the coves are of great beauty and have a great landscaping value. They’re coves placed in mid nature, pure, calm, private and cozy, some of hard access and located under the impressive cliff of the north coast of the Conil. Many of them, mainly in the Roche ones, nudism is allowed.
The Roche Coves, are very near to one of the White Village which is Conil de la Frontera.