Posada La Sacristia

San Donato 8, Tarifa, Costa de la Luz, 11380, Spain
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cheap flights

by bobgale

Does anyone know of any cheap charter flight companies that go to cadiz?
thanks.

Re: cheap flights

by qaminari

The nearest airport to Cadiz, is at Jerez de la Frontera (1 hour away by bus). No-frills airlines that fly there include Spanair, Vueling and Ryanair (London Stansted and Frankfurt Hahn), see http://www.andalucia.com/travel/airports/jerez.htm.
Charter companies are used by package tour operators to fly their customers to package tour destinations, and these also offer flight-only deals - from Brussels, for example, Jetairfly and Thomas Cook Airlines/Condor, who also fly to Jerez from Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart.

Re: cheap flights

by alucas

As your from London, it looks like Ryanair from Stansted is your only practical option. We've done that trip four times now. To get from Jerez airport to Cadiz, you can travel by bus or train - the train is a good option. If you need further information, have a look at the Jerez de la Frontera page, or ask again in this forum as there are several local members that can tell you more.

Re: cheap flights

by blint

I came to give my advice but I see great advise has already been given.

From Jerez to Cadiz you can get a bus directly from the airport. It only costs you 3 euros. If you go to my Jerez page you will find out times and a link to the official time table:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/78716/40cf1/9/

I live in Cadiz so the information is up to date. it is not far, only about 40 mins.

Re: cheap flights

by blint

Try this link for Jerez to Cadiz buses: http://www.cmtbc.es/sistema.php?op=2

Then click on Cadiz-Jerez. Aeropuerto in airport which is pretty easy to work out ;)You will see times for both directions.

Re: cheap flights

by alucas

Julie, what's the difference between the 50, 51 and 52 buses ? Is it just different routes serving the places in between ?

Re: cheap flights

by blint

That's exactly what it is. The M 050 is the best if travelling straight to Cadiz as it only stops in Jerez centre and Cadiz. The M 051 stops in El Puerto de Santa Maria too and the others stop in more places including the University!

Re: cheap flights

by alucas

Thanks, I thought I'd followed it, but my Spanish is very minimal !

Travel Tips for Cadiz

Los AlcornocalesThis vast...

by catarata

Los AlcornocalesThis vast nature park is named for its handsome, and beautifully kept cork tree grove, one of the world's largest. It is also home to wild olive trees, gall oak and holm oak. The far south of the region is crossed by very humid, narrow valleys called canutos, which provide an ideal habitat for sub-tropical forests of great ecological value, as well as animals such as the otter, Egyptian mongoose, imperial and royal eagle and royal owl. The area is rich in game, including boar, roebuck and deer.

These low hills, which are the prolongation of the Sierra de Grazalema as it descends towards the sea, are home to one of Andalucia's largest wooded areas. Cádiz province, in its mountainous eastern part, shares this natural park with Málaga province to the west. Basically a continuation of the sierra de Grazalema, it is one of the most important forest regions of Andalucia, and the best example of what the primeval Iberian forests may have been like. It contains groves of cork oak and gall oak, and the southern sector contains a botanical jewel, the rare fern Psilotum nudum, the only other examples of which occur in the southern hemisphere.

These woods are a paradise for birds. In them live some of Europe's greatest concentrations of lion buzzards, eagle owls and various eagles. Roe deer have been successfully introduced and are thriving. The oaks stretch to the strait of Gibraltar and to Tarifa and Algeciras.

sangriaaaaa

by willy_wonka

a typical table at a cafe .... sangria, coffee, local cheeses and hams, bread.
the most simple yet most beautiful tastes in the world.
the spanish know how to enjoy the simple things in life!
so sit and enjoy it too!

Feeling gay!?!

by blint

Cádiz is a gay friendly city, including bars in the centre heralding the rainbow flag in their windows.

If you are looking for a gay atmosphere then try SEBLON in El Populo which is near the Cathedral. PONIENTE on Beato Diego de Cádiz, 18, or LA LUNA on Dr. Zurita esq. Gral. Duque.

Here in Spain it is now legal for gay couples to get married and even adopt! So why not come here and get married on the beach! :)

Here you will have no trouble expressing affection for you partner in the streets or bars. It is widely accepted here! :)

Another great gay friendly place to go in the province of Cadiz is Los Caños de Meca

Caños de Meca

by Carmela71

A tourist coast resort in between Barbate and Trafalgar, great for surffers and other water sports (well as most of the area) and incredible beaches.

Great for excursions on bike or hiking due to the proximity to the natural parks.

In between Conil and Barbate through the coast Road

Arabic tea and much more

by blint about Teteria Oasis

This is a pretty little 'teteria' decorated in the style of traditional Arabic tearooms.

Here you can drink lots of varieties of Arabic teas, natural fruit juices, cocktails (many from Morocco) amongst other things.

You can also smoke an Arabic tobacco water pipe or sample some Arabic sweet pastries.

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Address: San Donato 8, Tarifa, Costa de la Luz, 11380, Spain