Regio 1

Ana de Viya 11, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11009, Spain
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Cadiz, Spain

by litaplaza

We are visiting Cadiz (Andalucia) in May just for the day. We would like to do our own exploring and not go with the tour that the cruise ship is offering. Is it possible? Intereting places to see and do? Can we walk from the port to the city? Do they have a hop on hop off buses available from the port? Thanks.

Re: Cadiz, Spain

by gildapaolina

Cadiz harbour is just at walkable distance from old city center. Cadiz is really a pleasant town and may is a perfect month beacuse not too hot, so you can easily have a sightseing walking tour and no need a bus. Cathedral, roman ruins, Genovese gardens, museums and some of the beaches are very close each others. Hope you enjoy this nice andalusian place!

Re: Cadiz, Spain

by puerto_lover

There uis plenty to do for a day. if by aby chance you are going to be in Cadiz during the week of 10th to 17th May 2009 there is held at Jerez the annual Feria del Caballo (Horse fair). You can easily take a bus or train during the day up to Jerez and visit the feria grounds to see the pretty dresses and the prettier horses ! A Wednesday is usually good during the week but any day is fun.

If you are in Cadiz during 1st 2nd & 3rd of May this year, there is the annual moto GRAND PRIX that attracts literally thousands of motorbikers from all over the world along with bikes. So maybe avoid Jerez during those days unless you are a biker !

In Cadiz itself you have a fascinating old city with a really interesting history. Take the double deck tour bus to get an idea of the city maybe ? Most people will walk to the Cathedral and even climb up its west tower for fine scenes. All very close to the port and easy walking. (except the tower !)

make sure you get to the Caleta beach and the side facing the Atlantic. Also consider having something to eat nearby in the road where you can find some freshly caught fish for lunch.

Travel Tips for Cadiz

Plaza de San Juan de Dios

by SirRichard

In front of the harbour, this square houses the Town Hall. All around you can find many terraces to sit quietly for breakfast, lunch... At the right corner at the bottom there is a little street that will take you to the Cathedral.

Tourist Information

by SirRichard

There are several tourist info points in Cadiz, but I think the main one is in the "Canalejas Gardens", just in front of the harbour, in the closest corner of the San Juan de Dios Square (where the Town Hall is).

To get there from the train station, pass the big fountain and turn left after the tall building on your left.

Here you will find schedules, leaflets, info about wine cellars, beaches....

Calle Ancha

by SirRichard

Literally Broad Street.
It doesn't seem so broad, but considering the narrow streets of Cadiz, it is!! A very commercial street, many shops and terraces, nice to walk up and down. Many hostels here too.


by bugalugs

Heading towards Algeciras is the town of Tarifa which is about 100km, perhaps an hour and 30 minutes drive. This is the southern most part of Europe with the mountains of Africa just a hop skip and a jump across the sea. It is also here that the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean meet.

You can visit the old castle standing majestically overlooking the sea or amble round the old town exploring the cobbled streets, gazing at the wonderful old buildings, or do like I always do stop at a pavement bar and have a glass of wine and people watch :-)

If you would like to read more of Tarifa click here

El Puerto de Santa Maria

by Carmela71

Great place to go to eat, very good restaurant and little places to eat mostly fish and seafood. A lot of nightlife atmosphere. I used to go to Romerijo.

Lo mejor son sus restaurantes, (pescaditos y mariscos, en especial Camarones) y unas vistas fabulosas desde su puerto deportivo. Buen ambiente nocturno


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Address: Ana de Viya 11, Cadiz, Costa de la Luz, 11009, Spain