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Cadiz holidays stand out for the perfect combination of sand, culture and culinary tradition. Explore Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Puerto de Santa María, Conil, Tarifa and Zahara de los Atunes, and engross yourself in the region's customs. Don't miss the lively comparsa and chirigota bands at the Carnival, declared an activity of International Tourist Interest.
Book your flight + hotel to Cadiz and visit the wineries in Jerez de la Frontera, where you can sample a good sherry, and then let yourself be intoxicated by the purity of the sea and salt air at Conil. Lose yourself among the old streets of Cadiz and follow the trails marked on the ground until you reach the districts of El Pópulo and Santa María, crossing castles and bastions along the way. Soak up the history on the 1812 Constitution Bicentennial Tour, a pleasant stroll through the “Silver Cup” (as the city is affectionately known), which will reveal the key locations where the liberal constitution popularly known as “La Pepa” was drafted.
Enjoy a day of sun at the beaches of Caños de Meca and Zahara de los Atune, windsurf or sail at Sancti -Petri, Chiclana, and join the Gaditano people in the bars and terraces of Sanlúcar de Barrmeda. There's no better way to recover from all that activity than with a good plate of pescaíto frito (fried fish), a prawn tortilla, marinated deep-fried dogfish or a cuttlefish and potato stew.
Choose from one of our low-cost holidays to Cadiz and have an amazing few days. Fly to Jerez de la Frontera airport, or catch a train from any of Spain's major cities, such as Seville, Madrid or Barcelona. Several ferry lines connect the Andalusian city with the Canary Islands and Genoa, among other destinations.
Neighbouring the African continent, embraced by the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, and strategically connected with the Strait of Gibraltar, this multi-faceted, lively province in Andalusia will make you want to dream, discover and celebrate.
Great food. Stunning beach with fine sand. Rooms are spacious. It was too busy at this time of year
The elevator was next to the entry from parking and parking was inside of hotel. Also you can walk to all parts of the city center very quickly.
The location was great for us since it was close to both Gibraltar and to the port In Tarifa. It was next to a mall and had several food options. The downside was it didn’t have refrigerator. Having two kids 3 and under, it would have been useful.
Lovely hotel with beautiful grounds and we thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The only disappointment was that the a la cartel restaurant was never open during our stay. Would highly recommend to our friends.