The Best Things to See in the Province of Cadiz

If you don’t know what to see in the Province of Cadiz, on TUDESTINO we offer an extensive list of cultural spots and natural spaces that you can visit and that will surprise you.

The Best Things to See in the Province of Cadiz
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Here you can find all the information of the main cultural and natural attractions of the province. There are monuments of thousands of years old and some places with unique natural diversity.

Culturally, the province of Cadiz has a spectacular collection of historical buildings, museums and exhibition centres, religious buildings, monuments, theatres and unique spots. All of them will be a delight for culture and history lovers. A reflection of a glorious past, inhabited during thousands of years by major civilisations.

One of the major assets of the province is undoubtedly the diversity of natural spaces. If you visit the province of Cadiz, you cannot leave without walking along fabulous natural areas and parks or the famous beaches of Cadiz. They will leave you speechless!

The province of Cadiz has 6 natural parks that are luckily all different and complementary to each other. They offer visitors natural richness and diversity.

You can choose from more than 70 beaches in Cadiz of all types such as urban, semi-urban or virgin. Wander and escape from reality there!

And you can find all these spots on TUDESTINO.

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Playa de La Calita
Playa de La Calita, in El Puerto de Santa María, is, as the name implies, a small rocky cove of fine white sand. It has an extension of just over 0.5 kilometres and is located between the beaches of La Muralla and Santa Catalina. It is very little known by people travelling to El Puerto,...

Parque del Centenario
Parque del Centenario (“Centenary Park”) is a green area located in the so-called Punta de San García, in Algeciras (province of Cadiz). With over 100,000 square metres, in this spot of Algeciras you can find some historical remains. One example is the Fort of San Garcia and the remains of the ancient battlement tower of...

La Casa del Obispo Archaeological Site
La Casa del Obispo Archaeological Site is located located between the old and new cathedrals, in Cádiz. It allows checking the evolution of the city from the 8th century BC to the 18th century AD. There are remains of Phoenician burial monuments and buildings. The remains of a Roman temple belonging to a group of...

Posada del Mesón
Posada del Mesón is one of the best preserved examples of buildings of this type in Cádiz. It dates back from the 17th century. It is organised around a patio with large arches on pillars in the first part and wooden galleries in the second. The lower units were destined for stables, while the higher...

Carteia Archaeological Site
Carteia Archaeological Site is located in the House of Culture of the City Hall of San Roque (province of Cadiz). It is a museum devoted exclusively to exhibit materials and objects from Carteia, the first Latin colony outside the territory of Rome. The old Punic settlement became Colonia Libertinorum Carteia in 171 BC. C. There...

Playa de Getares
Playa de Getares Beach is a city beach in Algeciras (Province of Cádiz). It is surrounded by mountains and vegetation. It has several services that make it very comfortable to use. Its name comes from a nearby Roman salting factory called Caetaria, where it would derive to Cetariis, adapted to Arabic as Xetares. On this...

Casa del Almirante
The Casa del Almirante (“Admirals House”) was built in 1685 by the Admiral of the Fleet of the Indies Mr Diego de Barrios, in Cádiz. It is one of the most significant examples of the houses of shippers to the Indies preserved in the city. Its great Baroque façade stands out, made of red marbles...

Chapel of La Misericordia
The Chapel of La Misericordia was built by the Marquis of Cádiz in the late 15th century. It had the aim of being a shelter for abandoned children and a women’s hospital. The portal, in Gothic style, stands out, as well as two portraits of the Marquis of Cádiz carved in capitals inside. Currently, it...

Church and Convent of Jesus Nazareno
The Church and Convent of Jesus Nazareno is considered the most important Baroque work in Chiclana. It was built in the 17th century, thanks to the contributions of benefactors and to the business trade with America. The Baroque façade made out of Carrara marble stands out. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most beautiful ones...

Castle of Guzmán el Bueno
The Castillo de Guzmán el Bueno (“Castle of Guzmán el Bueno”), in Tarifa, was built in the middle of the 10th century by order of Caliph Abd al-Rahman III. Its strategic position had been used by earlier buildings, such as the remains of Roman structures, which can be found inside. Its mission, predominantly military, has remained...

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