CADIZ is the last big city before the African continent. Cádiz is known as the Spanish La Habana due to its similarities with the Cuban Capital. It's a magical place with sunsets turning the sky into pink and red which reflects into the sea creating incredible images. The waves and wind from the Atlantic ocean crash against its beaches making this region the perfect place for watersports; also sports such as golf and horse riding might be an excellent option.
Pescaíto frito (variety of fried fish) and tuna.
In the downtown places such as Central market and its surroundings, Casa Manteca, El Faro, Bar El Laurel, La Sorpresa with Tuna as a star dish, are great options. In the new part of the city La Almadraba and La Marea. However during the day, escape from the city to discover the beautiful towns and beaches in the region.
Charge your batteries
During the entire month you can paid a visit to the Rafael Alberti Museum in Puerto de Santa Maria where the you will enjoy the writer’s home, memories and different personal belongings and pieces of his work.
From the 14th until the 21st you will be able to enjoy the stunning Holy week in Cadiz where the entire city celebrates the Christ's passion with different parades, sororities and religious art. A wonderful traditional moment to live in you are in Spain at the time.
Cádiz has two international airports, one in Jerez de la Frontera and the other one in British territory of Gibraltar. Sevilla and Malaga airports might be another possibility. We recommend to spend 2 days in the city of Cádiz and at least a week enjoying the food, the beaches, the waves and the region itself.