Villa Turistica de Grazalema

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El Olivar s/n, Grazalema, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, 11610, Spain
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cadiz to by train to Carcassone

by lycette

i am trying to organise a trip to Carcassone France and wish to go by train I live in the province of Cadiz Nr San Fernando bahia Sur. please advise best route.

Re: cadiz to by train to Carcassone

by dunsparking

A lo journey by train,here is a route with travel times to cover the distances.the exact train timetables can be had from the relevant train websites
Cadiz(Spain) via Cordaba to Madrid is 4 hours 15 minute (intercity train not high speed)Madrid to Barcelona is 7 hours 30 min,Barcelona to Cerbere (in France via Port Bou is 2hrs 30(you may have to change trains at Port bou as it is the border)cerbere to Narbonne is 1hour 20 and Narbonne to Carcassonne is 35 minutes.Look at www.renfe.com the spanish rail website and www.voyages-sncf.com the french rail siteAND LAST BUT NOT LEAST www.bahn.de that may give you the entire trip timetable as it covers all of europe,even my own country,Scotland.
Good luck
dunsparking

Re: cadiz to by train to Carcassone

by cubsur

I have recently also recommended the German railway website for a similarly complex journey/

www.reiseauskunft.bahn.de

and it is available in several languages.

You will be pleased to know that there are direct trains (two daily) from Barcelona to Narbonne in France (no changes at the border) and from Narbonne it is a short journey to Carcassonne.

However I doubt very much you will make the whole journey in one day so you may need to make an overnight stop in Barcelona and take the morning train to Narbonne. That is how I do that section.

Also one correction to the previous post - Madrid to Barcelona is now a 3 hour journey by the new (and expensive!) AVE high speed train.

Re: cadiz to by train to Carcassone

by puerto_lover

I know about the overnight TRENHOTEL that starts in CADIZ and finishes in BARCELONA. if you want to book early it is possible to get a cheaper fare using the RENFE web site. You can book about 60 days in advance. Then Barcelona to Carcasonne is a different train/s.
You can fly from Jerez or Seville to Barcelona using the cheaper fares from Vueling ?

Travel Tips for Cadiz

The Costa de la Luz(Coast of...

by catarata

The Costa de la Luz(Coast of the Light)commanded by the Cliff of Barbate and its surroundings looking out to the Atlantic Ocean. It boasts miles of clear unpoilt beaches with golden yellow sand. Beaches backed by huge sandunes rather than tower block hotels. One wonders how they have remained unspoiled for so long.
This coast is often divided into two sections. Costa de la Luz (Huelva Province) which stretches from the Portuguese border to the Donaña park and the River Guadalquivir. Costa de la Luz (Cadiz Province) stretches form the River Guadalquivir to the Mediterranean. To travel from one section to another requires a lengthy drive via the city of Sevilla

Cliffs and Pinewood of Barbate, down the coast from Cádiz, this natural park is characterised by beautiful woods of umbrella pines with rosemary, blackthorn and palms, and rocky cliffs and outcrops.
Two impressive cliffs, Torre del Tajo and Los Caños de Meca, fall over a hundred metres into the Atlantic. This is a protected area due to the ecosystems of the rocks and the rich offshore marine life. It is considered one of the most diverse and best-preserved parts of the andalucian coast. The spectacular cliffs are full of nooks which provide a safe home for birds, including egrets, kestrels and one pair of peregrine falcons who have decided to nest here. This is a well considered naturist place for those who like nudism!!!

Giant Ficus

by Carmela71

This giant ficus are very old, and you can find 4 of them in Cadiz, two near La Caleta and the other two at Alameda Apocadaca


Hay cuatro ficus gigantes en Cadiz, 2 en al Caleta y otros dos en Alameda Apocada

Carnavales de Cadiz 2004 (21-29th February)

by Carmela71

Just the best, so enjoyable ... even if you are a foreigner, the people includes j you in your festival ..., once you go, you will miss all your live.

In my first year, I did not understand very well, the meaning of the songs or the festival, i could not understand how in a week, everybody can change so much, but that’s is Cadiz, all the year, they keep on thinking on the carnivals ... this photo is from the Falla Theatre.



CARNAVALES DE CADIZ, lo mejor donde son bienvenidos todo el mundo, la gente te involucra en su fiesta. El único problema es que crea adictividad, yo seré toda mi vida adicta a sus carnavales, jajajjaja. Al principio no entiendes sus canciones, te confunden las chirigotas, los cuartetos, etc... pero poco a poco le coges el truquillo.

La foto es del Teatro de falla

Unusual view of the city!

by Pat&ZoAnn

Make sure to visit the camera obscura. Unfortunately, we were not able to take pictiures of it, but it gives you an incredible view of this very historic city. Perched above the centre of the old section of town, the tower also houses a museum, or display, documenting the very interesting history of this city. Here is their web address
http://www.torretavira.com/default.htm

COASTLINE ROUTE

by Carmela71

We can began at Sanlucar de Barrameda, at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river until we arrive to the mouth of the river Guadiaro.

We will visit Chipiona, Rota and El Puerto Santa Maria (Puerto Real is mainly a port area not much tourist interest).

Passing by Cadiz our first stop would be San Fernando, then crossing Chiclana we will visit the beaches of Sancti Petri and its island, then Conil de la frontera.

Here we can make a day stop and go inside Cadiz province to visit Medina Sidonia and Arcos de la Frontera.

Back to the coast we should go to all the time beach roads from Conil till Zahara de los Atunes where we will visit El Palmar, Barbate and its natural parks, Zahara de los Atunes.

We can stop at Barbate and go inside to visit Vejer de la frontera.

After we head to Tarifa beaches, Bolonia (and its roman ruins) Punta Paloma, etc....

The most industrial areas are the following Algeciras and La Linea, from here we can go to Gibraltar to get some cheap tobacco ;-)

Finally we should go to Sotogrande port and say we went to see Fergie ;-)

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 Villa Turistica de Grazalema

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Address: El Olivar s/n, Grazalema, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, 11610, Spain