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        Cadiz

        Always full of life, Cadiz - the oldest city in Europe - offers travellers authenticity and character. Here, you can enjoy a range of leisure and cultural activities that includes everything from gastronomy and fiestas to history and tradition.

        Known as “Tacita de Plata” (Silver Cup), the city will amaze you with the permanent light that permeates its streets. Here are some unmissable recommendations to make the most of this beautiful city. Take note!

        History

        Founded in 1100 BC by the Phoenicians, Cadiz was one of the most important trading colonies in the Iberian Peninsula. This led to the construction of the city’s most significant monuments, including the Cathedral, which is located 10 minutes from our apartments and combines the neoclassical and baroque styles beautifully.

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        Beach and sea

        If there’s one thing that stands out in Cadiz, it’s the spectacular fine sandy beaches and crystalline waters. Despite being concentrated into a few kilometres, the four largest beaches are very different to one another: while La Caleta and Santa Maria del Mar are smaller in size, Victoria and Cortadura are wider. The latter is also the furthest away from the urban environment.

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        Watchtowers

        The watchtowers are one of the most characteristic architectural elements of Cadiz. Used as places of recreation and to observe the commercial traffic of the ships docking in the port, these constructions represent a link with the life and trade coming from the sea and have defined the city’s profile for 300 years.

        By hoisting flags to the top, it was possible to communicate with ships as they entered and left the port. From the eighteenth century, watchtowers became a symbol of prestige for the city’s merchants, who competed to have the most spectacular and striking tower.

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        Tapas

        You can’t leave Cadiz without trying some of its tapas on Calle Zorrilla or in Barrio de la Viña. Tapas are a delicious way to sample the city’s cuisine, including shrimp omelette or its famous pescaíto frito (fried fish). Enjoy with a cold glass of sherry. A delicious combination!

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