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Cadiz is a beautiful and historic city located in southwestern Spain. It is situated on a narrow peninsula surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and is known for its stunning beaches, picturesque plazas, and vibrant nightlife. Visitors can explore the city’s rich history by visiting landmarks such as the Torre Tavira, the Cadiz Cathedral, and the San Sebastian Castle. The city is also famous for its delicious seafood cuisine, which can be enjoyed in numerous restaurants throughout the city. Cadiz has something to offer every traveler.


Things to do in Cadiz

Cadiz Cathedral

Built between 1722 and 1838, the iconic yellow-domed Cadiz Cathedral is an impressive example of Baroque-neoclassical construction. When taking a look around inside, be sure to check out the wood-carved choir, and listen out for the sound effects in the crypt below.

Castle of Santa Catalina

Castle of Santa Catalina

This free-to-enter monument is a real hidden gem on La Caleta beach. The exterior of this 17th-century fortress is impressive itself, and visitors will find art exhibitions inside as well as craft workshops and concerts.

Playa la Caleta

Playa la Caleta

It’s no wonder Playa La Caleta is Cadiz’ most popular beach. Visitors will find everything they need close to the golden sand, including restaurants, bars and flamenco clubs, as well as toilets and showers.

San Sebastian

San Sebastian

On a small islet at the end of La Caleta beach sits the Castle of San Sebastian. Construction began in 1706 to fortify the bays defence, and in 1985 the structure was declared a cultural landmark. Explore the grounds and discover the long, rich history of this well-preserved fortress.

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