Popular Accommodations in Cádiz
Highlights in Cádiz
- Beach holiday
- Charming Old Town
- Roman Theatre
- Cadiz Carnival
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Vacation rentals in Cádiz
In Cádiz there is a charming old town with many small squares and famous quarters. If you want to enjoy the unique flair of this city, then it is best to book an apartment in Cádiz, which is located in the districts La Viña, El Pópulo} or Santa María. From here you can reach the many churches and museums as well as the excellent tapas bars in just a few steps.Choose magnificent buildings as holiday residences
Many vacation rentals in the old town were built in the typical Andalusian style and show themselves in many different ways. A vacation rental in Cádiz can be a finca, a town villa, a multi-storey tower or a majestic mansion. From such an accommodation you have a breathtaking view of the harbour, the sea or the old town. But there are also vacation rentals in Cádiz very close to the city beaches.
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Location and orientation
Cádiz is the capital of the province of the same name in the region of Andalusia and is located on a promontory in the Gulf of Cádiz. To reach your holiday destination, you can take flights via Madrid to the airport in Jerez de la Frontera, which is about 42 kilometres from Cádiz. The city of Seville can be reached after a one-and-a-half-hour drive by car or train. The inhabitants of Cádiz are called Gaditanos by the way.
Travelers and Activities
The old town with its sights as well as the beaches can be reached from a apartment in Cádiz equally fast. The romantic Playa la Caleta in the old town invites you to swim and sunbathe. In the new town you will find the nine kilometre long Playa Santa María del Mar and the Playa de la Victoria. At the edge of Cádiz there is another beach, the Playa de la Cortadura. Most of the beaches are very fine sandy and have the blue flag.A paradise for sport boat lovers
Cádiz is the largest Atlantic port city in Andalusia, where cruise ships regularly call and ferries to the Canary Islands are offered. In addition, there are two berths for pleasure boats at the port. From here you can take a boat trip along the bay of Cádiz.
On the city beach is the old bathhouse Balneario de la Palma, where scenes from the James Bond film "Die another day" were shot.
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The cathedral with its impressive neoclassical facade of sandstone can be seen from afar. This building, which borders the sea at the rear, was completed in 1830 and has two towers and a viewing platform. Inside you can admire rare marble columns, the crypt of the Spanish composer Manuel de Falla and a five-metre silver monstrance.2nd ancient excavation site visit
The Roman Theatre was discovered in 1980 in the course of construction work, right next to the Church of the Holy Cross. The theatre has a diameter of 120 metres. At that time it offered space for about 20,000 people, which is why it was demonstrably the largest theatre in the Roman Empire.3. Experience a unique festival spectacle
The Carnival de Cádiz takes place every February in the old part of the city. It is known all over the world, which is why visitors from all over the world come to the Carnival. Among the highlights of this event are the folkloric Chirigotas singing performances, the costumed dancers and musicians of the procession and the day when the entire city is dressed up.