Things to do in Cádiz
Thanks to the ecological work of Cádiz’s local authorities and its fantastic natural resources, one in every two kilometres of this stretch of coastline is a beach.
There is no more entertaining festival than Cádiz Carnival: humour, art, imagination and camaraderie are its hallmarks.
Puerto Sherry is the great marina of the Bay of Cádiz area, boasting accommodation, bars and restaurants where you can enjoy impressive views.
Cádiz Cathedral, built between 1722 and 1832, owes its existence to trade with the Indies and the relocation of the Casa de Contratación.
Cádiz’s Teatro Falla is a meeting point for Andalusia’s cultural and artistic sphere. Every year the red-brick building plays host to the Carnival contest.
It’s easy to eat well in Cádiz thanks to the variety of dishes on offer, the top-quality ingredients and the astounding prices found at its bars and restaurants.
Sotogrande is famous for being one of Spanish high society’s favourite destinations. Beaches, sports and exclusiveness are its main attractions.
El Puerto de Santa María is one of Cádiz’s richest cities in terms of landscapes, urban planning, history, artistic expressions and—of course—gastronomy.
Jerez de la Frontera is one of the capital cities of wine and flamenco, a city that is bursting with life and brimming with monuments, art and cutting-edge restaurants.