You can visit the Town Hall, Royal Institute and Naval Observatory, the Pantheon of Distinguished Marines, Botanical Gardens, Castillo de San Romualdo, Teatro de las Cortes, Zuazo Bridge, la Carraca Arsenal, Islet and Sancti Petri Castle, the Municipal Historical Museum , the Naval Museum, and the Archaeological Group:"Punic Furnaces."
Cadiz is the most ancient city Western Europe being more than 3,000 years old and is an ideal destination for people who love culture, art, good weather and beaches. It has attractions for all tastes. One must visit the Genoese Park, City Hall, the Cathedral, the Old Women's Hospital, San Felipe Neri Church, the Church of San Agustín, La Casa de las Cadenas, Gran Teatro Falla and the Romano theatre.
SANLÚCAR DE BARRAMEDA
Located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River, at 44 kms from Cadiz and surrounded by nature, river, parks and countryside, it is highly esteemed for its environment, culture and gastronomy. Among its landmarks are the Old City Hall, located on the famous Plaza del Cabildo, Santiago Castle, the Basilica de La Caridad, the Orleans y Borbón Palace, the Medina Sidonia Palace and the Barbadillo Manzanilla Museum.
JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA
At 30 kms from Cadiz, Jerez enjoys international recognition for its "Sherry” wines, horses, flamenco dancing and motorcycle racing. Among its most important monuments are the Old town, declared a “Historical and Artistic Centre”, the Cathedral Church of San Miguel, the Church of La Merced, the Duque de Abrantes Palace, (Headquarters of the Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Art), the Alcazar Archaeological Museum, its wineries, the Old Town Hall and its Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARÍA
This town is located within the Bay of Cadiz at 22 kms from Cadiz. Bulls and Sherry make this a very interesting city. One must visit the Bull Ring, the La Niña galleon, the House of Lions, San Marcos Castle, the Mayor Priory Church and the Capuchin Convent.
BEACHES: Cadiz is one of the pleasantest provinces for summer holidays. One of the province's natural resources is its beaches with their fine white sand and clear water. With 260 kms of coastline, the Province of Cadiz boasts both virgin and urban beaches, both family and more intimate, small coves and also several kilometers of sand dunes, with both calm waters and windswept sands.
The vast majority, annually obtain the distinctive European Blue Flag for clean waters.