Things to do in Cádiz
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 province offers visitors numerous enchanting towns, beautiful beaches and hiking routes for all ages.
The Gadir archaeological site allows you to discover the origins of the city and the findings left behind by the Phoenicians and Romans by means of a highly entertaining visit.
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!
The province Cádiz is an exceptional place for fans of flamenco. Cante jondo is embraced with passion in this land of great maestros.
Whether they have a long history, feature in films or are totally unspoilt by man, the coves in Cádiz province are a world apart of secret places to rest and have fun.
The Central Market of Cádiz is the finest showcase of Cádiz’s cuisine, where you can also sample food thanks to the Rincón Gastronómico Gourmet Corner.
Previously under Moorish rule, Olvera is a beautiful white village that once marked the limit of Muslim control in the region, home to a spectacular and brilliantly conserved twelfth-century castle.
Going on a family holiday to Cádiz is synonymous with hours on the beach, bucketloads of culture and exquisite cuisine. The city offers a huge range of family-friendly activities.