Cadiz, in the south of Spain, and Europe, is the oldest inhabited city in the West, boasting more than 3,000 years of history. Cadiz has been occupied by Carthaginians, Phoenicians, Greeks, Goths, Romans and Arabs. This mixture of cultures gives the city a special character.
It is worth highlighting its significant influence on history, due to its important role in the discovery and conquest of America, or the first Spanish Constitution of 1812.
Cadiz's major festivals are the Carnival, declared a Tourist Festival of International Interest, and Holy Week, where the brotherhoods treasure enormous artistic heritage.
Its bright streets, the kindness and friendliness of its people, as well as the natural beauty of the fine golden sandy beaches, make Cadiz an ideal city to visit, thanks also to a mild and pleasant climate that lasts practically all year round.
With excellent transport links, it is easily accessible by train, sea and air. Jerez airport is only 42 km away.