Destinations

Cadiz

Founded by the Phoenicians more than 3,000 years ago, this ancient port city in southwestern Spain has a very long history. Discover the city with a visit to its historic centre, see the beautiful coastline and taste the delicious cuisine.

The best fried fish in the world

Crossing Constitution Bridge gives you the first taste of what awaits you in this beautiful city built on a strip of land surrounded by the sea. The bridge is 3 kilometres long and 185 metres high and is a colossal feat of engineering. Designed by Javier Manterol to join Cadiz to the Peninsula. In the city itself, the golden tiles on the dome of its 18th-century cathedral are a huge contrast to the endless white houses. The Tavira Tower has the best views in a city that has more than a hundred towers and viewpoints. If you’re planning to visit Cadiz on holiday, you must not miss the picture-postcard image of the sunset in La Caleta or sitting on a terrace to sample the most typical cuisine: fried fish, marinated school shark and prawn omelettes.

Currency
The currency used is the euro. Credit card payment is accepted in most places.
Language
The official language is Spanish, which in this part of Andalusia is spoken with a very closed accent.
Internet
The city has an extensive network of free public Wi-Fi hotspots. The quality of Internet access is good in hotels.
Weather
The average annual temperature ranges from 8⁰C to 29⁰C. Summers are warm and clear, and winters are windy.

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