Things to do in Cádiz
Chipiona is one of the must-visit destinations in the south of Spain. You’ll be captivated by its beaches, its people and its excellent food. Don’t miss it!
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.
One of the must-visit places in the capital of Cádiz province is the Museum of Cádiz, as it boasts an important collection of both art and archaeological artefacts.
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.
Witness to one of the most famous battles between Spain and England, Cape Trafalgar is a highly-regarded tourist destination.
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.
La Victoria is one of the best city beaches in Spain and has over three kilometres of sand that are perfect for enjoying the sea and sunshine.
Medina Sidonia, with its whitewashed houses and rich historic heritage, is one of the most beautiful towns in the province of Cádiz.
If Cádiz is a jewel, Chiclana de la Frontera is one of its pearls—here you’ll find some of the best beaches in Spain plus salt flats and wineries.