Adventure activities in Cádiz
Sotogrande is famous for being one of Spanish high society’s favourite destinations. Beaches, sports and exclusiveness are its main attractions.
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.
In the north of the province lies Sierra de Cádiz, a region replete with white villages and enormous castles set within a unique natural environment.
Whether you’re coming for surfing, kitesurfing or stand-up paddle boarding, Tarifa is one of the world’s best spots for sea, wind and wave sports. If you’re a sportsperson, we recommend following these recommendations.
The Sanlúcar horse races see thoroughbred horses compete as the sun goes down over the Playa de las Piletas beach: a natural racecourse with views of the Doñana National Park.
Los Alcornocales Natural Park is one of the largest green spaces in Cádiz province and a compulsory stop for hikers and nature lovers.
Cádiz is home to many fantastic hiking trails, whether you’re looking to walk along the coastline or wind your way through the mountains. Put your boots on and follow us along the best routes!
The El Estrecho Natural Park is a fantastic spot for observing migratory birds as well as the various marine species that navigate its waters.