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This is the cadiz cruise dock where your ship will dock hem in port. Read our full cruise port guide on Cadiz here.
Puerto de Cadiz, Cadiz
This castle from the 1700’s lies in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. It is connected to the land by a 750 meter long causeway. Walk the causeway and enter the castle to find out what it was build for.
Paseo Fernando Quiñones, S/N, Cádiz, Spain
This is the main beach in the city centre of Cadiz. Although not very suitable for sunbathing outside the summer months it is still a very scenic beach. And fun fact: this is also where Halle Barry walked out the water in her orange bikini in Die Another Day.
La Calet, Cadiz
The most prominent, well-known landmark is without doubt the cathedral. You can spot it already from the ship as it is the only building that stand out above the horizon. This is one of the largest cathedrals in the country and it is absolutely worth visiting. Climb the 17th century tower or visit the echo room.
Plaza Catedral, s/n, 11005 Cádiz, Spain
Somewhere hidden in the streets of Cadiz is where you’ll find the central market. It’s been in existence since 1830. You’ll find over a 100 vendors here that all sell their local specialties. Why not join to locals for some wine and cheese.
Plaza Libertad, S/N, 11002 Cádiz, Spain
In the 16th century it was already the centre of urban activity and it still is. This square is a delight. Take in the atmosphere and visit on of the many Paella of ice cream spots here.
Edificio Amaya, Plaza de San Juan de Dios, s/n, 11004 Cádiz, Spain
You will find the Flower market on Plaza de Topete. It is the perfect location to wonder around the flower stalls.
Plaza Topete, 2P, 11001 Cádiz, Spain
The story behind this tree is that Columbus brought back some seeds from the New World and planted them here. Today it results in 2 gigantic trees in the city centre.
Not far from Cadiz is where you’ll find Jerez de La Frontera. This is the sherry capital of the world. Under Spanish law, all wine labelled as “Sherry”must legally come from the Sherry Triangle. Jerez is the centre of the triangle and this is where you’ll find bodega after bodega for some nice sherry tasting. Reach Jerez by excursion, taxi or train.
Jerez de la Frontera
This park is where you’ll find all kinds of mesmerizing scenery including the Botanical Gardens. The parks has species with all kinds of different backgrounds, monuments and a (plastic) dinosaur park.
Genoese park, 11003 Cádiz, Spain
This square is the first big square you’ll come across if you exit the port. It is dominated by the Monument to the Cadiz Parliament and Constitution in 1812. In 1812 Cadiz was the capital of Spain as the rest was taken by the Napoleonic army. Therefore it was feasible to sign the very first constitution of Spain in Cadiz. This monument commemorates this event. Make sure to have a close look as it is full of beautiful historical details.
Plaza de Espana, Cadiz
This is nowadays the cities main square due to its historical significance. Back in the days this was the sight of a well that supplied water to the city and where the Spanish constitution was proclaimed in 1812. Nowadays you’ll find this beautiful 17th century church here.
Plaza de San Antonio, Cadiz