Sol Sancti Petri Cadiz

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Urb Novo Sancti Petri, Chiclana de la Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11130, Spain
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Forum Posts

Transportation from cruise ship terminal

by vonysc

Will be in Cadiz in Feb and wondered what the best way to get to the town centre is e.g. bus or train, and where to get them from. Regards Von.

Re: Transportation from cruise ship terminal

by WomBatt

Von,

Are you not able to walk, maybe ten minutes?

Re: Transportation from cruise ship terminal

by puerto_lover

One good feature about the cruise port at Cadiz is that you disembark in the old city itself and within minutes you can walk to the centre maybe around the cathedral area or the market which has been nicely rebuilt. Am sure that you will find plenty to see in Cadiz.

Re: Transportation from cruise ship terminal

by johnincornwall

Old Cadiz is compact and delightful. And as the guys said, the cruise terminal is right in it! You need a map or something to check where you are going but just walk about. If you have difficulty walking then does the ship provide anything? No point taking a bus anywhere. Just get through all the banana containers and you're in!!

Isn't the Carnival in February sometime? Havoc.

Re: Transportation from cruise ship terminal

by puerto_lover

CARNAVAL in Cadiz is 3rd to 13th March this year. Easter is late and Shrove Tuesday falls on 8th March.

Travel Tips for Cadiz

Sun, sea and sand

by blint

My Favourite thing about Cadiz is the coastline. It's largely unspoilt unlike that of the Costa del Sol. On the Costa de la Luz you can find beaches that are backed by nothing but trees or a small white town. On the whole the beaches are very clean too and are well maintained in the summer.

There are also different beaches for everyone from nudists to those who like water sports, or just lying in the sun. I have so many fond memories I cannot distinguish just one. Though playing ball with my dog on the beach really stands out. In Cadiz and El Puerto dogs aren't allowed on the beach in the summer, but on more relaxed hippy beaches like Los Caños dogs are welcome all year round. Though Lady dogs beware. Boy dogs are usually ALL male (if you get what I mean) and aren't usually tied up on the beach (or on the street for that matter).

Calle Sacramento

by Carmela71

The longest that crosses the old town.

You can see it very well from the Torre Tavira top floor, that is sited on the same street.



La mas larga que cruza el casco antiguo.

Se puede ver muy bien desde la terraza de Torre Tavira, que eta situada en la misma calle

The Ins and Outs of Carnaval PART 6

by blint

All week long there is always something different to do and see.

On the First Saturday there is a Cabalgata (parade) and a kiddie pageant. the Goddess of Carnival is also elected.

On Sunday there is the Choirs mentioned before in Plaza Topete.

On the Monday or Tuesday you can see the burning of the God of Carnival (Momo) in Plaza San Antonio in the Evening.
Yes, there is a God of Carnival even though it sounds highly Pagan to me!!!! Momo is a figure made out of flammable material!

You can also see many of the Chrigotas from the Falla singing on the stage in the square.

If the burning of Dios Momo isn't enough for you then head to the Caleta beach to see the burning of a witch named Piti and fireworks. Don't worry the witch isn't real but a doll like Momo. The burning of Piti usually takes place on the second Thursday and marks the end of the official Carnival.

Though the next weekend the people take to streets dressed up to abuse their bodies further with booze! In fact the following Monday is a holiday called 'Hangover Day'.

La Almadraba

by Carmela71

During the months of April and August the tunas pas the Straight of Gibraltar after being at the arctic north pole and Norway.

In the Mediterranean due to the warm water they reproduce.

First come the oldest ones (the biggest) and second the youngsters

La almadraba is they way of catching them in both ways that has been like that since the old times

They have records of an incredible amount of Tunas in the old years, but due to the fishing with no control before they come here by the big boats, now the numbers have gone down drastically

DOÑANA NATURAL PARK
At the...

by SirRichard

DOÑANA NATURAL PARK
At the north of Cadiz province you can find the biggest Natural Park of all Spain and one of the most important in Europe. Birds, flamingos, deers, linx... can be seen here... if you are lucky enough!
There is no free entrance, but you can visit it in Guided Tours. This 1 day trips leave from Sanlucar de Barrameda, just at the mouth of Guadalquivir River. Make reservations at Doñana Visitor's Centre (Fabrica de Hielo), ph.: (34)956363813, fax: (34)956362196, open from 9 to 19. There are 2 visits (morning & afternoon, except Nov-March, where there is only in the mornings.

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 Sol Sancti Petri Cadiz

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Address: Urb Novo Sancti Petri, Chiclana de la Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11130, Spain