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Do you know which things you must see in Cadiz?

Do you know which things you must see in Cadiz?


Cadiz is one of the most beautiful cities, not only in Andalusia, but in Spain. Discover the all the offer of sports, culture and weather that you deserve


Cadiz is one of the oldest cities in Europe and its streets are witnesses to the traces of this former crossroads of civilisation. World famous for its carnival, tourists find in the city more than just chirigotas (groups singing parodies of local events and life) and costumes, happiness and audacity.


What to see in Cadiz on a weekend


“La Tacita de Plata”, Cadiz capital, has much to offer for a weekend break, and of course, a quality selection of hotels and accommodation. Starting with the hotels in Cadiz and followed by its traditional bars, taverns and restaurants.

The seafront promenade is one of the main tourist attractions, with the Baroque-styled and neoclassic façade cathedral, perhaps the most popular photograph taken by its visitors. Another must see is the Gran Teatro Falla. Constructed from red brick, and in the mudéjar style, it is one of the jewels of the city. The building owing its name from the honorary citizen of Cadiz, the composer Manuel de Falla. The Genovés Park, from the eighteenth century, which has become one of the most loveliest city parks in Spain and is similarly located in this beautiful city.

However, there is so much more: the Pópulo neighbourhood, the Plaza de las Flores, the Central Market, the unique Torre Tavira watchtower, the Castle of Santa Catalina...


The beaches of Cadiz


Before setting off home one cannot leave Cadiz without strolling along its fine golden sand beaches, some of which are over two kilometres long. The Victoria Beach is the widest, but perhaps better known beach is that of La Caleta, connecting the Castle of Santa Catalina with that of San Sebastián.

To cap off the trip, one must not forget about the connection of sports with this destination, always closely tied to golf and water sports, in particular surf. And, if you’re lucky enough to stay a while longer, step up and go discover the province and the villages of Cadiz. You’ll be amazed!

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