If you visit the province of Cadiz, you will surely be surprised by the great number ofmonuments there. This is consequence of the great history that has taken place in the province, where different people and cultures have settled, like the Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths, Arabs and Christians.
The location of the monuments is very varied. In any of the towns there is something important with years of history, and people can visit them. It’s a great option to get to know a little more about the history of the province of Cadiz.
Egyptian Sarcophagi in the main museums, Phoenician amphoras, historical and beautiful theatres, religious temples, ancient bridges that linked important areas and have also served as defensive walls, water pipes, defensive castles even from the Arab period to avoid the later Christian reconquista, fountains, defensive walls and gateways to cities, arches, tombs of old artists and important figures of the province, such as Rocío Jurado’s in Chipiona or Camarón de la Isla’s in San Fernando. Finally, you can also find synagogues, mosques, churches and cathedrals. You can discover all this and more.
TUDESTINO will help you discover all the important monuments of the province of Cadiz, with a list of the most influential and historical ones.