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

Playa de la Puntilla
Playa de la Puntilla, in El Puerto de Santa María, is located in a strategic place in this city. With fine white sand, it has a U-shaped breakwater, which makes its waters very calm. It has an extension of 1.5 kilometres, approximately. It borders the Dunas de San Antón Natural Park (an important forest mass,...

Doñana National Park
Doñana National Park encompasses the provinces of Cádiz, Huelva and Seville. It is, perhaps, one of the areas of greatest cultural, ecological and landscape value in Andalusia. Here we find pine forests such as Pinar de la Algaida, marshes such as Bonanza and parts flooded by the water of the Guadalquivir river. Sanlucar de Barrameda...

Plaza del Emigrante
Plaza del Emigrante is one of the largest squares in Alcalá del Valle. There is a statue in the centre that honours all civilians who had to emigrate and leave their homes to work. In one of its sides, you can see the canal that runs through the town. It has a landscaped garden area...

Santa Maria de las Virtudes Parish Church
Santa Maria de las Virtudes Parish Church is a beautiful Mudejar temple built in the early 16th century. Its construction began to life shortly after the founding of Villamartin. The funds that the Church preserves are very valuable. We especially highlight the main altarpiece from the 17th century, featuring sculptures by Pedro Roldán. We should...

Torre del Homenaje
The Torre del Homenaje (“Keep Tower”) is a monument that has arrived in good condition to our days from the old Nasrid town of Zahara de la Sierra. It has an almost square plant and it consists of two floors and a roof. Due to its location and height, it is the neuralgic point of...

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 derivatives. It belongs to the old Islamic wall that surrounded the city of...

Church of San Pedro
The Church of San Pedro, in Arcos de la Frontera, was built in the 14th century on the remains of an ancient Arab fortress. The main façade is Baroque from the 18th century, influenced by the Sevillian School. Inside, with a rectangular plan, there are Gothic elements. Examples of these are the vault and six...

Playa de la Costilla
Playa de la Costilla, in Rota, is a golden and fine sand beach that has a moderate swell. This is one of the most famous beaches in Rota, so its occupation in summer is usually high in practically all its kilometre and a half in length. This is because it is the beach that is...

José María El Tempranillo Museum
José María El Tempranillo Customs and Traditions Museum is dedicated to the memory of this Andalusian bandit. He is closely linked for sentimental reasons to the village of El Gastor. It is located in what used to be his girlfriend’s house, Rosa. There, he spent time resting between his regular raids and persecutions. The building...

Baelo Claudia
The archaeological site of Baelo Claudia is situated in an extraordinary location on Bolonia beach (in Tarifa) and within El Estrecho Natural Park. The Roman town has its origins in the late 2nd century B.C. and was built on a former Phoenician-Punic settlement known as Bailo Baelokun. It was an important commercial port due to...

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