It is actually incomprehensible that Cádiz in Spain is still so unknown. And well, maybe it should stay that way because then you have the best port city of Andalusia all to yourself. Enjoy the (often free) sights, the good restaurants, and especially the atmosphere: Spanish with Moorish influences and a touch of Cuban.
The Costa de la Luz (coast of light) is in southern Spain and has over 3000 (!!) hours of sunshine per year. The area runs from the border with Portugal all the way to Tarifa. That means 270 kilometers of sandy beach. But which of the Costa de la Luz towns should you visit?
I smell orange blossoms in the streets and garlic in the kitchens. I see cheerful tiles and meter-high palm trees. I hear tramping horses’ hooves and flamenco. Guess where I am? I am on a city break in beautiful Seville. Are you going soon too? Then I have many tips for the must-see sights in Seville for you – and some extra restaurants and hotel tips too.
Mentioning Bolonia to someone who knows of, or even lives in, the Cádiz region often leads to a dreamy sigh. “Ohhhh, so beautiful!” And that’s true. Bolonia in Spain is beautiful. It is the perfect destination for a sun and sand-drenched day at the beach in Andalusia.
You can’t go any further south than this. Or at least not in Spain. Tarifa is a pleasant coastal town where the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans meet. Whom else will you meet? Kite and windsurfers and whales. Find out what more you can do and see in Tarifa.
The Cadiz province is the sherry region of Spain. The drink is made and drunk here in abundance. Only sherry made in this region may bear the name sherry. So you should definitely try a sherry tour in the Cádiz and Jerez de la Frontera area, or at least visit a sherry bodega. And if you’re not into sherry, you can join a regular wine tasting too.
How many tips? A crazy amount of tips for your holiday or a day trip to Chiclana de la Frontera in Spain. There is so much to do and experience! Quickly discover all tips for sights, activities, and restaurants in Chiclana de la Frontera. Warning: after reading this blog, you will probably book an extra day.
I always find it difficult in a new city to find good restaurants and cafes. Before you know it, you end up in a tourist trap. But it all turned out perfectly in Seville! I found good coffee, drank excellent cocktails, and ate delicious food. So quickly check out my tips for restaurants and bars in Seville.