Its 3000 years of history give this province a great artistic and cultural patrimony. The capital city’s old quarter has a marked Arab appearance, with a layout of narrow streets and squares through where we can wander around, and while we go for a stroll we’ll find small squares and bars where one can try the delicious tapas from Cadiz.
The city of Cadiz is in certain areas very similar to Cuba, a similar architecture that will make us doubt if we’re going for a walk somewhere in southern Spain or in La Habana.
Vejer de la Frontera is one of those small white villages in Andalusia that is well worth a visit, if you find yourself near and you have a car do not hesitate in planning a visit and enjoy discovering its streets while you discover its cultural attractions.
Puerto de Santa Maria is probably the best place in Spain to enjoy the seafood. Situated in the mouth of the river Guadalete this municipality of the province of Cadiz has beautiful streets with orange trees and renown wine cellars where we’ll be able to taste one of the best wines.
Caños de Meca in Costa de la Luz offers beautiful beaches protected from the wind by cliffs and pine tree forests. It’s a natural place where to enjoy a natural beach, the great weather and its top quality waters.
Conil de la Frontera is an old fishing village where we’ll be able to enjoy its great gastronomy, its beaches and a holiday in a peaceful environment.
Jerez situated 9 km away from the coast of Cadiz is the capital of the famous wine of Cadiz, the wine of Jerez boasts worldwide fame and its cellars and horse shows make this originally Arab city a place worth visiting.
The main tourist attractions in Cadiz are its beaches, with a wide variety and high quality, white sand and crystal clear waters in natural beaches and unspoilt beaches with dunes of sand where to practice nudism and to practice different water sports, trekking routes, horse riding and even air balloon flights. The beaches of Tarifa and its surroundings are ideal for the practice of water sports such as windsurfing amongst others.
The Bahia de Cadiz stands out amongst the tourists particularly for its seafood, with unique places to eat them fried or boiled and enjoy these delicious delicacies that have been extracted from the sea since the first Phoenician settlements.
The climate in Cadiz contributes to the tourism, a mild climate all year round, ideal to enjoy the beach during the summer months or the rural tourism during the rest of the year.