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In the footsteps of Cristopher Columbus…..

Cadiz – home of Spain’s first democratic Constitution – were the place from where Columbus’ ships set sail on their voyages to the New World and for centuries one of Europe`s most important and riches provinces. The historic melting point which was the cultural currents between Andalusia and America has a strong influence of that era and one seems to be running into Columbus and his fellow seamen on each corner.

The beautiful province which is the least Moorish influenced of all Andalusian provinces features 260 km of dramatic Atlantic coastline. Furthermore the fascinating inland includes the Sherry vineyards of Jerez and the trail of the White Villages and Bullfighting Routes located in the fabulous Cadiz mountain range in the midst of the intriguing Grazalema Nature reserve.

Costa de la Luz is everything from first-rate urban beaches like La Victoria in the city of Cadiz or La Barrosa in Chiclana through to virgin beaches in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Los Caños de Meca or Zahara de los Atunes in Barbate just to mention some.

There is a wide range of fish and shellfish including the local langoustines from Sanlúcar, fried marinated dogfish, the sea bream à la roteña the gilthead sea bream baked in salt clams with noodles tiny shrimp omelets and numerous other dishes which are better to try than to describe.

Cadiz City – half island half peninsula connected to the mainland by a slender sandy strip – historically dedicated to its seafaring tendencies are famous for its people with their good humour and hospitality and the perfect spot to witnessed by the famous carnival and a glimpse of the endless Atlantic sea from the Balcon del Atlantico. Every town or village of the area offers something special which will tempt you on your travels around the geography of the Cadiz province.

Hotels Cadiz

Puerto de Santa Maria

This fantastic town, and yet so different, is beautifully located on the Guadalete River outlet on the northern bank in the heart of the Bay of Cadiz. With its abundance of good beaches, classic sherry bodegas, elaborate cuisine, weighty bullfighting legacy and smattering of architectural heirlooms El Puerto de Santa Maria seems like southern Andalucía in microcosm. Classified Historical Monumental City and Territory.


Rota is a wonderful authentic ancient town some 30 km from Cadiz situated in a privileged position at the extreme north of the Bay of Cádiz. The town opens out to the Atlantic Sea and coastline with the 2 nature reserve Bay of Cádiz and the famous and fantastic Doñana. The old town inside its ramparts has almost a medieval atmosphere & is ideal to view on foot. One will find more than 16 km of beautiful wide sandy beaches.

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