8 Tourist Attractions in Cadiz Province, Secret Destinations in Spain

8 Tourist Attractions in Cadiz Province, Secret Destinations in Spain

Cadiz is a province located in the southern part of Spain. Located in the Andalusia region, Cadiz has a myriad of tourist destinations that are worth visiting while traveling to Spain. Because not many tourists know, Cadiz is also called a secret destination. Let’s take a look at the 8 most popular tourist destinations in Cadiz!

  1. Punta Paloma Beach, Tarifa

If you want to enjoy the beauty of the beach and surf the waves, Tarifa is the right choice! One of the most popular beaches in Tarifa is Punta Paloma which is indeed one of the preferred destinations for surfers in Europe. Not only that, but you can also feel the sensation of a mud bath, you know!

  1. Cadiz Cathedral

The cathedral which is a Catholic church was completed in 1838, you know! Designed by architect Vicente Acero, this cathedral looks very grand with a strong neoclassical architectural style. In this cathedral, there are also many paintings and relics from ancient Spain.

  1. Vejer de la Frontera

Vejer de la Frontera is called one of the most beautiful towns in Cadiz. The all-white building makes anyone amazed by the beauty of Vejer de la Frontera. In this city, many beautiful buildings are suitable for those of you who are looking for Instagrammable photo spots.

  1. Jerez de la Frontera

No less beautiful than Vejer de la Frontera, Jerez de la Frontera also has a myriad of interesting tourist destinations. The city is famous for Flamenco, which is a typical Spanish music and dance performance.

In addition, Jerez de la Frontera is also one of the horse training centers from around the world, you know! There is also an annual agenda at Jerez de la Frontera, namely the Jerez Horse Fair, which is held every May. You can see the trained horses at Jerez de la Frontera and their attractions.

  1. Baelo Claudia

Baleo Claudia is the most important archaeological site in Spain. This city has been uninhabited since 2000 years ago and is now only in the form of ruins. Even so, some ruins are still clearly visible. Such as the ruins of statues, meeting halls, markets, cinemas, you know!

  1. Torre Tavira

Since its construction in the 18th century, Torre Tavira is one of the tallest buildings in Cadiz. You can see all the beauty of Cadiz through the camera obscura which will show Cadiz in 360 degrees. Not only that, you can see all of Cadiz directly from the terrace in this tower.

  1. Castillo de San Sebastian

Castillo de San Sebastian is a fortress located at the end of La Caleta beach, Cadiz. The fort, which was built in 1706, is often the location of choice for film shooting, you know! One of them is the James Bond film, Die Another Day, which was released in 2002. The tall and sturdy building is guaranteed to amaze you!

  1. Gran Teatro Falla

The building that has functioned as a theater since the 19th century is also one of the favorite destinations in Cadiz. The unique shape and color of the building make tourists interested in visiting this Gran Teatro Falla. Are you also interested?

All the tourist destinations above are cool, huh! I can’t wait to go on vacation to Cadiz!