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.

Discover The Best Things to See in the Province of Cadiz

Convent of Caños Santos
The Convent of Caños Santos stands near the place where, according to popular belief, the Virgin appeared. It is located in Alcalá del Valle. It was built in the 16th century, in lands donated by the Conde de Ureña and Moron. Its architecture was modified during the next two centuries. There is a convent and...

Playa de Roche
Playa de Roche is located in a residential area in the municipality of Conil de la Frontera. It is a beautiful place, located between Cala Encendida and Playa del Puerco. It is a long and slightly wide beach, composed of fine golden sand. There are small cliffs that give the place some charm. There is...

Former La Palma Spa
The Fomer La Palma Spa (Balneario de la Palma) is one of the most unique buildings of Cadiz. Opened in 1926, it replaced the traditional Baños del Real. It is a building made of reinforced concrete, which has two distinct nuclei: the entrance hall, built on the wall (la Muralla) and the Spa called Balneario,...

Plaza San Juan de Dios
Plaza San Juan de Dios is the Major medieval square in Cádiz. It has been the administrative and commercial centre of the city since the 16th century. It housed, until the construction of the Central Market, fixed stalls. Open to the harbour and near the main wall of the old town, there are interesting buildings....

Church of El Rosario
The Church of El Rosario has its origin from a hermitage of the 16th century that was home to the Augustinian nuns in Cádiz. It has been renovated several times and the current style is the work of Torcuato Benjumeda. The temple housed the Confraternity of the Virgen del Rosario de los Negros, from which...

Playa de la Barrosa
Playa de la Barrosa, in Chiclana de la Frontera, has in its approximate 6 kilometres in length the advantage of being “two beaches in one”. The first, on the seafront, is a highly equipped city beach. The second, which reaches the so-called Torre del Puerto, is an unspoilt-looking beach in an area of ​​high ecological...

Casa de los Leones
There is a building from the 18th century popularly called “Casa de los Leones” (“House Of The Lions”). It is named like this because of the reliefs of this animal found on the pilasters that frame the façade. It is one of the most characteristic of the civil architecture of the Baroque Cadiz examples. Also...

Plaza del Mentidero
Plaza del Mentidero (“Mentidero Square”) is located in a very interesting place for tourists. Close to Plaza de San Antonio, the Falla Theatre, the Genovese Park and the Alameda Apodaca. Its construction began in 1755 to complete that part of the town. There are two curiosities about this place that we would like you to...

Church of Santa Ana
The Church of Santa Ana is the most important religious monument in Algodonales. Built in the late 18th century, it combines various architectural styles. From Baroque elements on the façade to an interior where the neoclassical style is dominant and with carvings of great cultural value. We should mention its altarpieces, especially its Chapel, and...

Convent of La Encarnación
The Convent of La Encarnación is located in Arcos de la Frontera. It was founded as a convent in the first half of the 16th century, being work of Mr. Alonso de Baena. It has been used as a chapel, a hospital and a brotherhood. The main portal in Plateresque style stands out, as well...

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