Things to do in Cádiz
Gibraltar is one of the most unique places for a short break in Cádiz province as it gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in British culture.
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.
Tarifa, the capital of wind, attracts tourists in search of the sun, sea and adrenaline. This whitewashed coastal town has managed to maintain its essence, despite its success as a tourist destination.
Zahara de los Atunes has conquered the world with the simplicity of its whitewashed houses, kilometres-long golden sandy beach and turquoise waters.
Sanlúcar de Barrameda, the gateway to the Doñana National Park, is a charming city bursting with history and flavours.
Vejer de la Frontera, one of the prettiest towns in Spain, looks down on the horizon from its hilltop location, seeking El Palmar beach in the distance.
Conil de la Frontera is one of the main tourist destinations on Cádiz’s coast. Allow us to fill you in on the secret spots you cannot miss.
There is no more entertaining festival than Cádiz Carnival: humour, art, imagination and camaraderie are its hallmarks.
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.
Chipiona is one of the must-visit destinations in the south of Spain. You’ll be captivated by its beaches, its people and its excellent food. Don’t miss it!