Puerto Sherry is the great marina of the Bay of Cádiz area, boasting accommodation, bars and restaurants where you can enjoy impressive views.
La Caleta is far and away the beach with the most character in Cádiz city and is an essential meeting point for local residents and visitors.
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.
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.
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.
Beaches, woods, and a manageable historic quarter are some of Barbate’s main attractions for the thousands of holidaymakers who choose to spend their summers here.
Witness to one of the most famous battles between Spain and England, Cape Trafalgar is a highly-regarded tourist destination.
The Port of Cádiz holds a strategic location in terms of connectivity, but it is also the perfect departure point if you’re looking to explore the Bay of Cádiz.
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.