Your Ultimate Guide to Discover Cadiz
Hitting the dance floor in Cadiz
Find the upcoming festivals happening in the city.
- Sensual Christmas 2023Sensual Christmas 2023 🗓 When: 15th December – 17th December 2023🌐 Where: Cadiz, Spain 📍 Location: C. Mecánicos, 11, 11100 San Fernando, Cádiz🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here Who said Christmas is cold?Not if you are in Cadiz. Welcome to the 2023 edition of the Sensual Christmas Festival. A 100% bachata festival by the Spanish seaside … Read more
- Flow Latino Festival 2024Flow Latino Festival 2024 🗓 When: 14th June – 16th June 2024🌐 Where: Cadiz, Spain📍 Location: Urb. Cabo Roche, s/n, 11140 Conil de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain.🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here – Promo code: FESTS567 Do you like to attend surprise parties?If yes, you will love attending the 10th anniversary of Pablo and Raquel in the … Read more
Do you want to level up your bachata,
book your bachata private class in the city here.
What to do in Cadiz
Are you ready to explore Cadiz? You are in for a treat!
This charming city is located in the south of Spain and is known for its beautiful beaches,
and delicious food.
Whether you are here for the bachata festival or just to explore the city,
there are plenty of things to do and see.
Visit the Cathedral of Cadiz.
This beautiful cathedral has a golden dome and a bell tower with impressive views.
head over to the Roman Theater.
It is one of the oldest in Spain and is a must-see attraction.
try some delicious Spanish tapas at Fogon de Mariana.
They have fantastic food and refreshing lunch experience.
The old town
In the afternoon,
take a stroll through the old town.
The old town is composed of a labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets and fortifications.
End your day by relaxing at La Caleta Beach.
It’s one of the most popular beaches in Cadiz.
Santa Catalina Castle.
It’s a beautiful castle that offers stunning views of the city.
After that, head over to Cadiz Market.
You can enjoy the best Spanish tapas and oriental flavors here.
try some delicious Argentinean empanadas at Empanadas Malvon.
In the afternoon,
take a stroll through Genoves Park.
It’s a beautiful park with lots of greenery.
End your day by enjoying some Mexican cuisine at Santa Catrina.
Start your day by visiting Tavira Tower.
It’s a beautiful tower that offers stunning views of the city.
head over to La Mafia se Sienta a la Mesa – Cadiz Centro.
They have very good Italian and Mediterranean food.
try some delicious sushi at Sibuya Urban Sushi Bar Cadiz.
In the afternoon,
take a stroll through Alameda Apodaca park2. It’s a beautiful park with lots of greenery.
End your day by enjoying some Spanish cuisine at Asador Puntaparrilla.
Where to stay in Cadiz
Are you looking for budget accommodation in Cadiz?
Look no further!
We have found some great options for you.
Whether you are travelling alone or with a friend, we have got you covered. Here are some properties for you to stay in Cadiz:
La Sal by Pillow Old Town, Cadiz
This hotel is located in the Old Town district in Cadiz and offers rooms with free WiFi.
The property is 200 meters from the city center and less than 1 km from La Caleta Beach. Right in the center of the old city. Very close to everything.
Goodnight Cadiz Apartments Old Town, Cadiz
Featuring a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre, as well as a terrace, Goodnight Cadiz Apartments is situated in the centre of Cadiz, not far from La Caleta Beach and Genoves Park.
Free WiFi is offered throughout the property. Cleanliness, quietness, apartments were full but we didn’t hear any noise from other guests.
Tandem Puerto Chico Old Town, Cadiz
Set in Cadiz, 300 meters from the center and less than 1 km from La Caleta Beach, Tandem Puerto Chico offers accommodation with amenities like free WiFi and TV.
A car rental service is available at the apartment. Perfect location, very comfy and well-equipped place. New and modern design.
Plaza Mina Suites – Adults Recommended Old Town, Cadiz
Located in Cadiz, 1.1 km from La Caleta Beach and 300 meters from the center, Plaza Mina Suites – Adults Recommended provides air-conditioned accommodation with free WiFi and a terrace.
Each unit comes with a fully equipped kitchenette with a dining table, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom with shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
A fridge, a dishwasher and oven are also provided, as well as a coffee machine and a kettle. Big apartment, very nice location, has a coffee machine and a fridge.
Where to eat in Cadiz
Are you going to a bachata festival in Cadiz and looking for some delicious food options that won’t break the bank?
Look no further!
Here are some of the best local and international restaurants in Cadiz that you can try after an intense night of dancing:
This steakhouse offers a variety of Spanish dishes and is known for its delicious lamb and suckling pig. The food is top-notch and the prices are reasonable. You can’t go wrong with this one!
This Spanish restaurant is a local favorite and serves traditional tapas. The atmosphere is cozy and the prices are very reasonable.
Try their famous pork loin or their delicious cheese platter!
This Spanish bar is perfect for those who want to try some local food on a budget. They offer a variety of tapas, sandwiches, and salads.
The atmosphere is lively and the prices are very affordable.
Sibuya Urban Sushi Bar Cadiz
If you’re in the mood for something different, try this Japanese restaurant. They offer a variety of sushi rolls, sashimi, and other Japanese dishes.
The prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is modern and trendy.
Other useful information when visiting Cadiz
Here are some interesting facts that you should know before you go. The currency used in Cadiz is EUR.
The population of the city is 116,9791.
The plug type used in Cadiz is type C.
If you are flying to Cadiz, the nearest airport is Jerez de la Frontera which is 35 kilometers from the city. You can reach the city by train or bus.
Did you know that Cadiz is believed to be the oldest city still standing in Europe?
It was founded by Phoenicians from Tyre following the Trojan War in 1.104 Bc.
Also, La Caleta beach was used as a location for a famous James Bond movie,
Die Another Day.
So, what are you waiting for?