Things to see in Cádiz
The Museum of the Cádiz Parliament [Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz] commemorates the promulgation on 19 March 1812 of Spain’s first Constitution: ‘La Pepa’
The Central Market of Cádiz is the finest showcase of Cádiz’s cuisine, where you can also sample food thanks to the Rincón Gastronómico Gourmet Corner.
Puerto Sherry is the great marina of the Bay of Cádiz area, boasting accommodation, bars and restaurants where you can enjoy impressive views.
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.
Sanlúcar de Barrameda, the gateway to the Doñana National Park, is a charming city bursting with history and flavours.
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.
Torre Tavira is perhaps the most unique sight in Cádiz, as well as an excellent way to see the city from up high with exceptional guides.
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.
The beaches are the main draw of Rota, but not the only one. This city has a lot to offer, such as a pretty historic quarter, nature and excellent restaurants.