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Cádiz

  • Cádiz

    Cádiz is a province in Andalucia in the south west of Spain. It is the southernmost part of the Spanish mainland and continental Europe. The province’s capital, also called Cádiz, is a city and port on the Atlantic coast, built on a peninsula almost completely surrounded by water.

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  • Cádiz Cathedral

    Cádiz Cathedral is a grandiose structure capped by a dome of golden tiles. This 18th century Baroque cathedral seems to get very few visitors. This is a welcome change, after the hordes of visitors in places like Seville. Here, you can have the cathedral experience as it should be – in silence.

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  • Jerez de la Frontera

    Jerez de la Frontera offers grand buildings, churches and monasteries. This city has a rich history and many of the areas and buildings tell stories of the city’s turbulent past. Jerez, like many cities in Andalucia, has hosted most of history’s greatest civilisations including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Moors, Spanish and British. There is so much more to Jerez than Sherry, flamenco and horses.

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  • Plaza de España

    Plaza de España is a large square close to the port and it is dominated by the Monument to the Constitution – the Monumento a las Cortes de Cádiz of 1812. This came into being when a portion of the old city wall was demolished. The plaza is an extension of the old Plazuela del Carbón.

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  • Roman Theatre in Cádiz

    The Roman theatre was discovered in the El Pópulo distict of Cádiz in 1980 after a fire had destroyed some old warehouses. It revealed a layer of construction that was judged to be the foundations of some medieval buildings.

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  • Zoo de Castellar

    Cerro del Moro s/n, Castellar de la Frontera, 11350 Cádiz
    Tel: +34 607 910 393
    Open: Daily 10.00 – 19.00

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    Located just a few kilometres north of Sotogrande, Zoo de Castellar is a rescue centre for animals seized by the customs and the police.

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