Perched on a peninsula Cadiz has something for everyone and with over 3000 years of history this makes it one of the oldest cities in Europe.
The best way to uncover the charms of this mesmerising city is to slowly wander around the old town with its narrow cobbled streets full of interesting places waiting to be discovered. When you need a break why not stop for some tapas at one of the many bars or restaurants, or relax in the magnificent squares full of giant ancient trees and exotic birds.
A must visit is to the Cathedral Nueva, which is easily identified by its gold-topped dome. Once inside, visit the lower floor and stand under the tiny dome, the smallest noise will produce a magnificent echo that is guaranteed to amaze you. There are many other interesting buildings and places to visit including the remains of a Roman ampitheatre, which is said to be the second largest in the world.
This city also has some fantastic beaches to choose from and in the summer the main beach is floodlit so that you can enjoy the warm summer evenings in the perfect setting. This place has it all, history, culture, shopping, fantastic food and golden sands all within walking distance.