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.
There is no more entertaining festival than Cádiz Carnival: humour, art, imagination and camaraderie are its hallmarks.
Cádiz Cathedral, built between 1722 and 1832, owes its existence to trade with the Indies and the relocation of the Casa de Contratación.
It’s easy to eat well in Cádiz thanks to the variety of dishes on offer, the top-quality ingredients and the astounding prices found at its bars and restaurants.
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.
When on holiday, a spa session is never a bad idea. This article will tell you about the best spas in the city of Cádiz and the wider province, allowing you to choose your favourite one.
Taking a walk through the province’s food markets and street markets is the best way to discover the typical customs of Cádiz. Read on to find out about the top markets to visit.
Cádiz is home to some of the most entertaining festivities in all of Spain. Take part in its carnivals, festivals and religious pilgrimages whist experiencing the local hospitality.
Cádiz’s traditional cuisine is delicious thanks to the assorted ingredients grown in the region and the products available in the nearby ocean.
If you’re heading to Cádiz this summer, don’t forget that you’re travelling in the middle of festival season—you’re bound to find many that are right up your street!