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DISCOVER CÁDIZ

Founded by the Phoenicians some 3,000 years ago, this city is the oldest in the West. Today, it is the ideal destination for lovers of culture, art, good weather, beaches, and nature walks.

Cadiz on map

YOU CAN NOT MISS IT

LA CALETA

Located in the historic center, this small beach is a natural harbor through which Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans entered. Of great symbolic value for the people of Cadiz, this beach has inspired musicians and poets such as Isaac Albéniz, José María Pemán, Paco Alba and Carlos Cano.

ROMAN THEATER

This theater, dating from the first century B.C., is one of the largest ever built during the Roman Empire. Mentioned by classical authors such as Cicero, its diameter exceeded 120 meters and could hold up to 10,000 spectators.

TAVIRA TOWER

The highest point of the historic center of Cadiz, the Tower, was born as the official viewpoint of the port of Cadiz and took the name of its first sentinel: Antonio Tavira. You can enjoy a breathtaking panorama from the top with a 360° view of the city.

CATHEDRAL

The Cathedral of Cadiz took 116 years to complete, so it is characterized by a mixture of different styles, ranging from baroque to neoclassical.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

WHEN TO VISIT

Thanks to its fortunate position, enjoys an exquisite climate all year round. The influence of the ocean mitigates heat and makes winters mild and windy.

HOW TO GET THERE

Train: Cadiz can be reached by train from the main cities of Spain.

Airplane:The nearest airport is Jerez de la Frontera, about 35 km from Cadiz.

Bus: This is the cheapest way to get to Cadiz from the main cities in Spain.

Car:The highway network connects Cadiz with the main cities of Spain.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Currency:Euro

Language: Spanish

Electric current:220 V and 50 Hz. Bipolar type electrical outlets.

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