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The city of Cadiz is quite possibly one of the oldest in the western part of Europe. During the more than 3 millennia have passed different civilizations, such as the Iberians, Greeks, Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths, Arabs, etc.
Through Cadiz have passed so many cultures probably because of its strategically importance as the city is enjoying an outstanding geographical position.
The city has always been a place dedicated to trade with a continuous maritime traffic and a very close relationship with the African continent, besides being an important route to the New World of the Americas for adventurers and traders.
Cadiz is more than a city and a port; Cadiz province has an approximate area of 7300 km² and 250 kilometres of coastline with some of the most stunning beaches in Spain and especially Andalusia. The beaches and other places of great beauty are a genuine claim, both for foreign and domestic tourists; places like Bolonia, Sanlucar de Barrameda, the entire Costa de la Luz, Sotogrande, Jerez de la Frontera and Tarifa among others including of course the town of Cadiz
In every corner and building of Cadiz is reflected the long history of the territory. During your visit you will be able to see monuments like the Roman Theatre discovered in 1980 which due to its seize ranks among one of the largest Roman theatres.
The Cathedral of Cadiz of Baroque and Neoclassical style, whose beginning in its construction takes us to the year 1722. Other interesting cultural attractions are the watchtower of Tavira with a stunning viewpoint showing the entire historic centre from the best location and a tourist attraction called the Camera Obscura. A stroll through the charming streets of the historic centre is highly recommended; even taking only a small walk you will notice the predominance of the Moorish style. For nature lovers Genoese Park is a safe bet and next to it is situated the castle of Santa Catalina. Further south to the before mentioned castle there is another one, the castle of San Sebastian, which is linked to Cadiz by a little peninsula.
In the province you can enjoy playing golf like nowhere else, due to the fact that there are located some of the best golf courses in Europe, as for instance Real Club de Golf and Club de Golf Valderrama, both located in Sotogrande; San Roque Club New Course or Golf Club of Montecastillo Resort.
Cadiz is also a magnificent vacation spot to practice all those water sports that require wind currents as kite surfing, surfing or windsurf, being Tarifa one of the most frequented sites for these sports.
Visiting all these attractions in Cádiz is possible and easy, thanks to tours and day trips that we organize for you a personalized way.
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