10 Tips for planning a trip to Cádiz

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10 Tips for planning a trip to Cádiz

One of the most beautiful provinces in southern Spain, Cadiz offers possibilities for all tastes. It invites you to get lost among beaches, mountains, villages, gastronomy and culture. In this article we will give you 10 tips to plan a trip to this wonderful province.

Accessing the city

You can access the city by different means: car, boat, train and plane. The airport is located in Jerez de la Frontera, a nearby town from which you can access the city of Cadiz by various means of transport.

2. Visit as much as you can

Although the capital city is beautiful, it is highly recommended to visit more corners of the province. You will find beautiful villages for all tastes that you will surely fall in love with.

3. Remember the Theatres, Cathedrals…

Cadiz is a city with an important historical and artistic heritage, a legacy of each of the civilizations that settled here. It is possible to travel through the history of the city visiting its main monuments and places of interest through different routes that run through the historic center, making a journey through time from Phoenician times to the Cadiz of 1812. All this is complemented by the rich offer of museums and exhibitions and a very interesting network of viewpoints that make Cadiz a cultural destination of the first order.

4. Carnival, Carnival…

If you want to experience one of the best Carnival festivals in Spain, visit Cadiz in February. In the Falla Theater you can enjoy the finals and semifinals of the contest, as long as you can find tickets. In addition, in the street you will experience unforgettable days of partying.

5. Our small towns

In summer, do not forget to stroll through its small white coastal villages. People from all over come to visit the coast of Cadiz for the beauty of its waters.

From the smallest villages to the capital itself and some of the most populated towns in the province, such as Jerez de la Frontera, San Fernando, El Puerto de Santa María, Chiclana or Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Let’s turn our gaze to the villages of Cadiz on the coast that dazzle with their unique beauty and open their doors wide to tourists. Some of them are… 

  • Tariff
  • El Palmar
  • Los Caños de Meca
  • Barbate
  • Chipiona
  • Zahara de los atunes
  • Conil de la frontera

6. Cozy winter

In winter, Cadiz invites you to get lost in the mountains. Its cozy whitewashed villages become the refuge of many during this season of the year.

 On this occasion we are going to look at the inland villages of Cadiz, which dazzle with their unique beauty and open their doors wide to tourists. Finding 10 beautiful villages to see in Cádiz is an easy mission; the hard part is selecting the ones to see …

  • Arcos de la Frontera
  • Vejer de la frontera
  • Medina sidonia
  • Zahara de la Sierra
  • Setenil de la Bodegas
  • Grazalema
  • Alcala de los Gazules
  • El Bosque
  • Olvera

7. Our excellent gastronomy

The gastronomy of the province of Cadiz corresponds to the set of dishes and culinary customs of the region. province of Cádiz. It is of all the Andalusian cuisine is the richest in varieties of ingredients and preparations. It has a country area (or cortijera), a mountain area that offers meat dishes, and a seafood area. Although the latter is traditionally best known for its fish stews, fried foods and seafood, there are also a number of different dishes of different types. vegetables  and meats.

8. Visit our wineries

One of the excellences offered by the province of Cadiz, and more specifically the area of the Bay and the Northwest Coast, is its winemaking culture, which is deeply rooted in towns such as El Puerto, Chiclana and Sanlúcar

Wine enters through sight, taste and smell. Manzanilla, muscatel, fino, cream, oloroso, amontillado... there are many ways of presentation to please all palates. Given the strong pull of the world of wines, there are many wineries thatare open to the public to learn all their secrets. These are some of the proposals that can be visited and enjoyed in El Puerto, Chiclana and Sanlúcar

1. Osborne Winery

2. Bodegas Barbadillo
3. Sanatorio Winery
4. Caballero Winery
5. Miguel Guerra Winery
6. Argüeso Winery
7. Hidalgo La Gitana Winery
8. Delgado Zuleta Winery
9. Vélez Winery
10. Gutiérrez Colosía Winery

9. Staying in Cadiz is very easy!

You can find all types of accommodations. You decide how much to spend and what type of room you want. If you visit the coast in summer, it is advisable to book in advance due to the number of people visiting Cadiz at that time of the year.

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10. Prepare how you are going to move

It is advisable to rent a car or any other means of transportation that allows you to travel around the province. This will allow you to access many places that you cannot with public transportation.

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