Montera Plaza Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avda Carlos Cano s/n, Villa de Los Barrios, Cadiz, 11370, Spain
Montera Plaza Hotel
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 49% less and rated 11% higher than other 4 star hotels

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apartment in el barrio

by arbix

Hi, I am considering renting a flat in calle de santiago which I think is in el Barrio. I haven't been to cadiz since I was a child and that area was quite run down then. Does anyone know what its like these days? My family are staying in the spa hotel but its a bit pricey for me. Advice much appreciated.

Re: apartment in el barrio

by blint

Do you mean Los Barrios in the province of Cadiz, not IN the town Cadiz?

Re: apartment in el barrio

by blint

There is a Calle de Santiago in the old centre of Cadiz, I live in Cadiz and as far as I am aware there is no barrio (neighbourhood) called EL barrio, that's why I'm not sure if you mean the town LOS Barrios. If you mean Cadiz capital then...

The area in general is not at all as run down as it used to be. Lots of renovation has taken place in the last few years.

Now it is perfectly safe and is well situated.

Los Barrios is a residential town. A bit boring and not the prettiest place.

Travel Tips for Cadiz

Natural Park of Grazalema.The...

by catarata

Natural Park of Grazalema.The sierra of Grazalema was the first area to be declared a Natural Park in Andalucia (a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO in 1977), and is one of the most ecologically important areas of Spain.
The area is famous for its spectacular limestone cliffs and landscape of gullies, caverns and gorges, the most spectacular being La Verde, with rocky walls that rise almost vertically for 400 metres. It contains the highest point in the province of Cádiz, El Torreón, at 1,654 metres.
The diverse flora contrast with the production of cork from the area. Growth here is boosted by the high rainfall-the sierra de Grazalema gets more rain than any other part of Andalucia.
As for the fauna, the lion buzzard dominates the skies here, with one of the biggest breeding populations in Europe. It competes for airspace with six different species of eagle, as well as goshawks and Egyptian vultures.
The charming white village of Grazalema is set between two towering peaks, the Pico del Reloj and the Pico de San Cristóbal. The region is noted for its Mediterranean plant species, and the magnificent forest of Spanish fir found in the Sierra del Pinar. The abundant local fauna includes the griffon vulture, chamois, deer, roebuck, Egyptian mongoose, imperial and royal eagle, osprey and Egyptian vulture.
The region is sprinkled with picturesque villages well worth the visit, like Zahara de la Sierra, and there is an archaeological site of major importance at La Pileta, a cave with paintings from the Paleolithic period.
A basic industry here is leather items made from goatskin. There is a growing tourist infrastructure, with opportunities for hunting and fishing. Human activity here dates back to Palaeolithic times, as the cave paintings in the Cueva de la Pileta testify. The land is still maintained with a view to a healthy balance between productivity and conservation


by Carmela71

This little rooms will be found all over the walls, and also something similar on some towers of the old houses that are also called GARITAS.

A lo largo de las murallas de Cádiz encontraras estas garitas y también en lo alto de algunas torres de las casa antiguas.

Carnivals 2005 (4-13 February)

by Carmela71

Carnivals in Cadiz have an official length of 10 days, but it is not real as for a month before at the Falla theatre is the Competition of Chirigotas, coros, comparsas etc…

The previous Thursday to the beginning of the Carnival is the final of junior and the final for adults on the Friday where also someone famous comes and gives a speech to inaugurate it … and the next 9 days is crazy in Cadiz.

Vejer de la Frontera

by Carmela71

I love to stop at VEJER DE LA FRONTERA, where i have enjoyed good days years ago. It is sited on the top of a mountain, and apart of an old castle and incredible views it has the spirit of a white village.

From here you can visit all the coast from Zahara de los atunes, crossing Barbate till Conil Beaches, visiting some natural parks and also Caños de Meca and Trafalgar.

All this area is called LA JANDA


by blint about Pay Pay

If you like live music, monologues, flamenco, poetry, theatre and all things related then you might enjoy this place.

It's name is pronounced pie-pie although written pay pay (it is expensive therefore it's written name suits it). A beer cost 2.50 a bottle (no beer on tap).

The atmosphere is good though with a mix of foreign students and locals of all ages and walks of life.

Many of the live music shows tend to be singer-song writer's. It is nicely decorated inside.

Shows are normally held on Friday and Saturday nights. No dress code but you shouldn't talk during the shows it is considered very bad manners. So if there is a show go there to see it and not catch up with your friends. Even when we talked in a low voice we were shushed! So be warned: It is considered disrespectful not to give your full attention to the artist,


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