Things to see in Cádiz
Art, intense flavors and the presence of the sea go hand in hand in one of the most charming cities in southern Spain in every sense.
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.
Trafalgar Lighthouse is a historic bastion surrounded by dunes and two beautiful beaches with golden sand from where you can enjoy magnificent sunsets.
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.
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.
Built under the orders of Phillip II of Spain, the Castillo de Santa Catalina Castle is now a unique artistic exhibition venue.
The Castillo de San Marcos Castle, with its historic attached wine cellar, sits on a mosque built in the tenth century.