Tarifa is a Spanish municipality located in the province of Cadiz, Andalusia. The town on the edge of the Iberian Peninsula is known as one of the world's most popular windsurfing destinations. Tarifa lies on the Costa del Sol along the Gibraltar stream, opposite Morocco. The climate here is Mediterranean, with cool winters with frequent rainfall and warm, dry summers. In addition, the ocean creates a climate with average annual temperatures of 24C in the summer, cooler than in other cities and 10C in the winter, warmer than the surrounding areas. The city is also popular with tourists for its natural, cultural and historical attractions. Tarifa is located in the International Mediterranean Natural Reserve, which is home to many bird species.