Europe’s oldest city lies on a peninsular, overflowing with whitewashed houses that will make you feel as though you have stepped into Cuba.
The province boasts an impressive coastline with secret coves as well as long stretches of white sands. The exotic beaches with sparkling turquoise waters are identical to those of the Caribbean, Cádiz also offers its fair share of nudist and surf beaches. Cadíz, has an abundance of picturesque villages that rest in the Grazalema mountains and the pueblos blancos can be explored in three days, Arcos de la Frontera known as one of the most beautiful villages in Spain in the gateway to the route. The landscapes will leave you short of words and wild desolate mountains and verdant valleys are some of the things that will fill your views.
The closest airport to the city is forty minutes away in Jerez de la Frontera or an hour and half to Seville or two and half hour drive to Málaga.