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.

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Arco de la Rosa

Arco de la Rosa

The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that housed the Virgen de la Rosa, in Cádiz. It has undergone several modifications over time. The original access was made using a zig zag...
The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that housed the Virgen de la Rosa, in Cádiz. It has...
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Arco de la Rosa


- Pasaje Arco de la Rosa, Cádiz, España
The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that housed the Virgen de la Rosa, in Cádiz. It has undergone several modifications over time. The original access was made using a zig zag queue shaped entrance, enforced by a tower that today no longer exists. The width was expanded to allow...
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Arco de los Blanco

Arco de los Blanco

The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, but not to be confused with the current one. It was located right beside the village’s castle, in Cádiz. To the original arched opening,...
The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, but not to be confused with the current one. It was...
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Arco de los Blanco


- Arco de los Blanco, Calle Mesón, Cádiz, España
The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, but not to be confused with the current one. It was located right beside the village’s castle, in Cádiz. To the original arched opening, different constructions were added. These transformed its original appearance. Its name comes from a family that rose, in the 17th...
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Arco del Pópulo

Arco del Pópulo

The Arco del Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main access to the port area of Cádiz. At the beginning of the 17th century, the chapel of Nuestra...
The Arco del Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main...
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Arco del Pópulo


- Pasaje Arco del Pópulo, Cádiz, España
The Arco del Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main access to the port area of Cádiz. At the beginning of the 17th century, the chapel of Nuestra Señora del Pópulo was built before it. It gives the current appearance of a passage. The characteristics of...
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Fountains of Algodonales

Fountains of Algodonales

The Fountains of Algodonales provide the town with crystal clear water. Due to its great taste and purity, there are many important fountains. The High Fountain (with a trough of relative bearing),...
The Fountains of Algodonales provide the town with crystal clear water. Due to its great taste and purity,...
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Fountains of Algodonales


- Algodonales, España
The Fountains of Algodonales provide the town with crystal clear water. Due to its great taste and purity, there are many important fountains. The High Fountain (with a trough of relative bearing), the Lower Fountain (with twelve pipes and an old remodelled washing place). The Cristóbal Gómez Fountain, Manantial de los Dornajos, Cabera Fountain, Orihuela...
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Fuente Grande

Fuente Grande

Fuente Grande captures its natural water from a spring named alike. This flows through five pipes, ending in the old communal laundry. Today it has been recovered for ornamental use and protected...
Fuente Grande captures its natural water from a spring named alike. This flows through five pipes, ending in...
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Fuente Grande


- Fuente Grande, Calle del Real, Alcalá del Valle, España
Fuente Grande captures its natural water from a spring named alike. This flows through five pipes, ending in the old communal laundry. Today it has been recovered for ornamental use and protected with a base. Known since the origins of the Moorish settlement, it makes the most of the wealth of springs of Alcalá del...
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Arco de Regla

Arco de Regla

Arco de Regla is the old gateway to the neighbouring city of Chipiona. It is also known as Puerta de la Carne (“Meat Gate”), since here they used to sell and buy meat and other...
Arco de Regla is the old gateway to the neighbouring city of Chipiona. It is also known as Puerta de la Carne...
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Arco de Regla


- Calle Higuereta, Rota, España
Arco de Regla is the old gateway to the neighbouring city of Chipiona. It is also known as Puerta de la Carne (“Meat Gate”), since here they used to sell and buy meat and other derivatives. It belongs to the old Islamic wall that surrounded the city of...
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Murallas de San Carlos (San Carlos Walls)

Murallas de San Carlos (San Carlos Walls)

The Murallas de San Carlos (San Carlos Walls) are part of a semi-bastion, built at the end of the 18th century in Cadiz. It was an ambitious plan of defence and remodelling of port facilities and...
The Murallas de San Carlos (San Carlos Walls) are part of a semi-bastion, built at the end of the 18th...
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Murallas de San Carlos (San Carlos Walls)


- Murallas de San Carlos, Calle Honduras, Cádiz, España
The Murallas de San Carlos (San Carlos Walls) are part of a semi-bastion, built at the end of the 18th century in Cadiz. It was an ambitious plan of defence and remodelling of port facilities and buildings of this area of the city. Nearby, the Triumph of la Immaculada is located, a Genoese work from...
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La Chanca

La Chanca

La Chanca is undoubtedly one of the most legendary monuments of Conil de la Frontera. It was built in the mid-16th century. In its wide surface, tuna was produced and preserved. It was also used to...
La Chanca is undoubtedly one of the most legendary monuments of Conil de la Frontera. It was built in the...
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La Chanca


- La Chanca, Calle Ancha, Conil de la Frontera, España
La Chanca is undoubtedly one of the most legendary monuments of Conil de la Frontera. It was built in the mid-16th century. In its wide surface, tuna was produced and preserved. It was also used to store fishing gear, boats and equipment in times when the almadraba (tuna fish trap) was not operational. This walled...
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Puerta de la Villa

Puerta de la Villa

Puerta de la Villa is one of the main entrances that have reached our days from the old walled city of Conil. Built in the early 16th century, here the road began heading to Vejer de la Frontera. It...
Puerta de la Villa is one of the main entrances that have reached our days from the old walled city of Conil....
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Puerta de la Villa


- Plaza Puerta de la Villa, Conil de la Frontera, España
Puerta de la Villa is one of the main entrances that have reached our days from the old walled city of Conil. Built in the early 16th century, here the road began heading to Vejer de la Frontera. It had two floors and from there the surveillance route of the hallways began and ran all...
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Cippus

Cippus

The Funerary Cippus of Prado del Rey (Province of Cadiz) is a piece of great archaeological value from the 2nd century AD. This element usually consists of a pilaster, a pedestal or a piece of column...
The Funerary Cippus of Prado del Rey (Province of Cadiz) is a piece of great archaeological value from the...
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Cippus


- Plaza de la Constitución, Prado del Rey, España
The Funerary Cippus of Prado del Rey (Province of Cadiz) is a piece of great archaeological value from the 2nd century AD. This element usually consists of a pilaster, a pedestal or a piece of column that was placed in the tombs to honour the deceased. In this case, it is dedicated to Fabia Fabiana,...
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