Barcelo Cadiz Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida de Andalucia 89, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 15519, Spain
Barcelo Cadiz
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75%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
20%
8
Very Good
35%
14
Average
20%
8
Poor
15%
6
Terrible
7%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families70
  • Couples66
  • Solo100
  • Business77

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Forum Posts

Cadiz to Arcos

by rockchalkjayhawk

I'll be teaching in Arcos de la Frontera soon and I was hoping to live in Cadiz rather than Arcos. I can't find a reliable bus schedule. Do you know if it would be possible to commute daily from Cadiz to Arcos?

Re: Cadiz to Arcos

by leics

Cadiz > Arcos takes 1h 15m by bus.

You can find timetables here:

http://www.cmtbc.es/sistema.php?op=2

and more info here:

http://www.cmtbc.es/

Buses M 902, M 903, M 904 and M 950 run the route.

Re: Cadiz to Arcos

by rockchalkjayhawk

Thank you so much for your help! That was incredibly helpful, and exactly what I needed.

Re: Cadiz to Arcos

by leics

You're welcome. :-) But I haven't been to either place so can't advise about the actual feasibility of commuting by bus, regardless of timetables!

Re: Cadiz to Arcos

by puerto_lover

Cadiz is on the end of an Isthmus and it can take a while just to get out of the old city and onto the main road to Seville so even by your own car it would be a tedious journey each day plus the parking in Cadiz is horrendous. By the way the cost of accommodation is high in Cadiz too.
The buses to and from Cadiz are few and far between - they tend to be those that go onto the Pueblos Blancos like Ronda and the timings are not very good. The main bus operator in Cadiz province is called COMES (green buses) and they publish times of their routes here: www.tgcomes.es
Look at the Cadiz-Pueblos Blancos for the services going to Arcos.

The bus service between Jerez and Arcos is better because not only the COMES buses but also LOS AMARILLOS buses go between the two places. The journey time is about 30 minutes and is quite inexpensive. So Jerez is quite a good base because you can get into Arcos or go south to El Puerto de Santa maria and on to Cadiz either by the bus or by train. There is a CERCANIAS commuter train running between Cadiz and Jerez by the way. Information here: http://www.renfe.es/cercanias/cadiz/index_horarios.html

If you want to know any more just send me an email on VT and would be pleased to help.

Re: Cadiz to Arcos

by puerto_lover

By the way, the LOS AMARILLOS bus company has a timetable on here:
http://www.losamarillos.es/venta/busqueda.jsp

Travel Tips for Cadiz

General Info

by Redang

Tourism Office

Centro de Recepción de Turistas
Avenida Canalejas, s/n
11006 Cádiz

- Tel.: (+34) 956 24 10 01 or 956 24 10 58

- Internet (some websites)
www.cadiz.es
www.infocadiz.com
www.cadizturismo.com
www.turismo-cadiz.es
www.elvisitante.es
www.guiadelocio.com (leisure in Spanish)
www.guiadecadiz.com (leisure in diferent languafes)
www.frommers.com/destinations/cadiz

- E mail: aytocadiz.turismo@telefonica.net

Ficus Gigante

by Beach_dog

Cadiz has four giant Fig trees two located at park Alameda Apodaca and two just behind Playa de la Caleta, they are said to be of great antiquity, but of the actual age I´m not sure. It´s worth stopping off to view them, their scale really is impressive.

The non exsistant S and eating words!

by blint

In the Cadiz province no one pronounces the any S in any word. So for example Despues becomes Depue and Estoy becomes Etoy or even toy. This is very useful when you are trying to understand what people are saying.

The other thing you should watch out for is the way they 'eat' certain words and past participle endings. For example. Estado become estao or etao, or the word pescado (which means fish) becomes pecao (remembering they don't pronounce the S either).

Oh, and don't forget they like to play around with the %th(ci or ce). Sometimes they say it sometimes they don't. So Cerveza (beer) can be pronounced Therbetha or cerbeza or cerveza or thervetha or therbeza or cerbetha. It's very confusing when you’re new to Spanish and trying to understand. But it's great because you almost can't pronounce it wrong (well I suppose you can as you must remember to keep all vowel sounds short and pure)! You'll notice too that they say B for V at the beginning of a word which is common all over Spain. When V is in the middle of a word it sounds like an airy B.

Reliqs

by Carmela71

the business of the relics at the Medieval times was very important. A good church or cathedral with a relic had a promising future and many incomes. Here the one in Cadiz had two, this one is from San Servando, and no, I have no idea who was him lol

SEAFOOD AT ROMERIJO
If you are...

by SirRichard

SEAFOOD AT ROMERIJO
If you are looking for fresh delicious seafood, the best place in Cadiz is Romerijo. Located in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Romerijo is a bar with a terrace with a boiled shellfish display.
How does it work: You can buy the items you want (shrimp, lobster, crabs...) by weight and then go to sit at their terrace to enjoy it with a beer or a wine bottle. You can also taka away the seafood and eat it at home or at any other terrace around (Romerijo uses to be crowded. They sell fried fish and other delicious 'tapas' as well.

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Address: Avenida de Andalucia 89, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 15519, Spain