TRYP Cádiz La Caleta Hotel **** -   Cadiz

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Avda. Amilcar Barca esq. Doctor Fleming
Cádiz 11009


N +36º 30' 28.94" / W -6º 16' 46.56"

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Destination information - TRYP Cádiz La Caleta

The province of Cadiz is located near the estuary of the River Guadalete and is immersed in the natural park of the Bay of Cadiz. Cadiz is known for its long and influential history as it is one of the oldest cities in Western Europe and has archaeological remains dating back 3,100 years. It is also known for its importance in historical events such as the Punic Wars, the discovery and conquest of America, as well as the establishment of the liberal regime in Spain with its first constitution “La Pepa”. Proof of this is that the city is home to numerous squares, gardens and churches with reference to these events.


The passage of the different cultures in Cadiz is manifested in:

The cathedral, with its golden dome of the colonial era visible from the sea, next to the Roman Theatre and the Barrio del Populo, one of the city’s oldest districts with the medieval gateways. In this district you can also visit the Roman Theatre and the church of Santa Cruz, called the Old Cathedral, and the Admiral’s House whose façade will delight you. Near the Barrio de Santa Maria is the Royal Prison which today is an exhibition hall.

Walking through the streets and squares of the old quarter will take you back to the golden era of the city when trade was established with America. Proof of this is the palace-houses with their watchtowers, squares, gardens and churches.

At the Museum of Cadiz, located in Plaza de Mina, you can see the Phoenician sarcophagi and an extensive art gallery.

You cannot miss visiting the Oratory of San Felipe Neri where the first constitution, known as “La Pepa”, was signed in 1812 and its commemorative monument in Plaza de España

FIESTAS: Carnival - el Falla.

Carnival is the city’s biggest fiesta. For several weeks there is a competition at the Teatro Falla for the different associations: choirs, chirigotas, troupes, quartets all compete to be in the grand final which is held on the first Friday of carnival. The Carnival was declared of International Tourist Interest, and the whole city takes part. Everyone comes dressed up to enjoy the carnival songs in the street. Fun and humour are guaranteed.

GASTRONOMY: Tapas and “Pescaito frito”

Having tapas is one of the city’s main attractions and forms part of the culture of Andalusia. You can go from bar to bar trying their different specialties, including the “Pescaito frito” (cuttlefish, anchovies…), adobo, mackerel with piriñaca, snails and fish stews such as potatoes with cuttlefish and others flavoured with local wines such as manzanilla and Jerez.



The passage of the different cultures in Cadiz is manifested in:

  • The cave paintings of "Tajo de las Figuras" in the town of Benalup; two Phoenician sarcophagi now in the Museum of Cadiz, and the  remains of the Roman city such as "Baelo Claudia" in Tarifa and "Carteia" in San Roque
  • More than 30 castle and fortified enclosures throughout the province
  • In religious art, its monumental richness is extraordinary, including La Cartuja de Jerez or the cathedrals in Cadiz and Jerez
  • With regards art, here you can find magnificent paintings by El Greco, Murillo, Zurbarán and Goya, distributed amongst the churches and museums in the province

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