Things to do in Cádiz
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.
Built under the orders of Phillip II of Spain, the Castillo de Santa Catalina Castle is now a unique artistic exhibition venue.
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.
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 Castillo de San Marcos Castle, with its historic attached wine cellar, sits on a mosque built in the tenth century.
Cádiz’s Plaza de España is one of the city’s most iconic spaces, and a good point from which to begin exploring the ‘Silver Cup’.
The El Estrecho Natural Park is a fantastic spot for observing migratory birds as well as the various marine species that navigate its waters.
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.