Andalusia’s Atlantic coastline has the honour of being home to the most ancient city in the West. Here, over three thousand years ago, the Phoenicians founded Gádir, the fortified city which, over time, would be held by the Romans, the Visigoths and the Muslims, before becoming the region which now attracts thousands of tourists from around the world.
Finding all inclusive hotels and resorts in Cádiz for you to enjoy a different type of holiday is easy as can be, and certainly an excellent option. Southern Spain’s accommodations on offer have not only been increasing in recent decades, they have also been upgraded, allowing them to adapt spectacularly to the expectations of guests today. Putting luxury and comfort first, this type of hotel establishment, with all inclusive service, offers visitors an exceptional opportunity to immerse themselves in Cadiz’s past, thanks to an unforgettable experience.
Trying to embrace this region’s historic heritage in its entirety during a stay in the all-inclusive hotels and resorts in Cádiz can, to say the least, be challenging. First and foremost, cultural visits to the most prominent areas, such as the Pópulo quarter (the capital’s old medieval town), the Santa María quarter (which is famous for its folklore), and La Viña quarter (the fishing area), are a must, and are also a good excuse to enjoy the region’s exquisite cuisine.
Hotels such as the Barceló Jerez Montecastillo & Convention Center, in Jerez de la Frontera, focus mainly on traditional flavours and surprise their guests with a very original cuisine. Thanks to outstanding produce sourced directly from its own organic vegetable garden (shared with the Barceló Montecastillo Golf hotel), its restaurant’s menu comprises the healthiest, most colourful and flavourful options emerging from the fusion of traditional produce and its chef’s most innovative ideas.
The gourmet experience is perfected through another array of options which will also leave holidaymakers relishing their memories of an all inclusive holiday in Cádiz. There are programmes for active travellers looking to make the most of the vast leisure and nature-based possibilities offered by this region in southern Spain.
As a port city, Cádiz cannot go without the sea in any of its spare time activities. Days of fishing, jet skiing and catamaran excursions to watch the sun go down whilst on the water, are routine. Chiclana, La Barrosa beach, Fuente del Gallo and Conil are some of the best-known spots along the coastline.
However captivating the Atlantic breeze, though, the charm of the interior regions should not be overlooked. Here too are attractive options including the exhibitions at the Fundación Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre (Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art), in Jerez de la Frontera, and the hiking trails through the many natural landscapes with fresh country air. These also give you a wonderful reason to end your day with a soothing swim in the hotel’s pools or with a body treatment at the exclusive spa and wellness centres as offered by the most luxurious of accommodations.