Cadiz Travel Guide
Catedral de Cadiz - Plaza Catedral. This excellent 18th century baroque building was designed by the by architect Vicente Acero. The interior of the cathedral is in a neoclassical style and is dominated by a beautiful apse. This is a sight not to be missed when in town.
Museo de Cadiz - Plaza de Mina. This museum is a great place to begin sightseeing in town, and it houses contains one of Spain's most important Zurbaran collections. The archaeology exhibitions display Roman; Carthaginian; and Phoenician finds, and ethnology exhibits include pottery; baskets; textiles; and leather works.
Casa del Almirante - Plaza de San Martin 3. This 17th century baroque house was built in 1690 and is a sight that is not to be missed when in town for the first time. The house is located in a small square in the Populo Quarter.
Emilio's Bar This lively beach bar is located in Puerto Sherry in El Puerto de Santa Maria overlooking the Bay of Cadiz and the popular beach La Muralla, enjoy the magnificent sunsets, and chilled atmosphere
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Cadiz Parks & Gardens
Donana Natural Park - Just out of town. This is the biggest national park in Spain and is a great place to go for a fun day out amongst the beauty of nature. A birders dream.
There are guided tours on offer, which take you through the beautiful landscape to view all the animals that live in the park. There are also a number of picnic facilities avaible for those who want to have a memorable dining experience.
Cadiz Restaurants and Bars
Achuri - Calle Plocia 15. This is one of the best restaurants in the historic qauter of Cadiz. The restaurant is very popular with locals and tourists alike, and has been a favourite dining spot for years. They serve a wide range of Spanish dishes with some Mediterranean influences. This is a great place to sample tsome of the best of the local cuisine.
El Faro - Calle San Felix, 15. This is one of the best seafood restaurants in town and it is very popular with locals and tourists alike. They serve a wide range of the best traditional seafood dishes, as well as some Spanish favourites. The food is great and the prices are reasonable.
El Ventorillo del Chato - Carretera de Cadiz a San Fernando. This inn dates back to 1780 and has been one of the most popular restaurants with locals and tourists for many years. They serve a wide range of traditional regional cuisine and other Spanish favourites.
Cadiz Bars & Clubs
Marumba Bar - On the beachfront. This is one of the most fun and lively bars in town, and it is very popular with locals and tourists alike. This is a great place to sit back, have a few drinks and make a whole lot of new friends.
Bar Jarra - Calle Jose Agullo. This is the place to go for a trully Spanish night out. This bar is popular with locals and tourists alike who are looking to have some fun. There is always some of the best Spanish music being played to really get the party spirit of the patrons going. This is a great place to make new friends and party all night long.
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