Cadiz, in southern Spain and southern Europe, is the oldest living city in the West, with more than 3,000 years of history. Cadiz has been occupied by Carthaginians, Phoenicians, Greeks, Goths, Romans and Arabs. This mix of cultures confer the city an unique character.
We have to highlight its considerable influence in history, due its important role in processes such as the discovery and conquest of America, or the first Spanish Constitution in1812.
Its large parties are the Carnival of Cádiz, declared Festival of International Tourist Interest, and its Holy Week, whose brotherhoods possess an incomparable historical and artistic heritage.
The light of its streets, the kindness and friendliness of its people, and the natural beauty of its fine golden sand beaches, make Cadiz an ideal city to visit, also thanks to a mild and pleasant climate that remains practically throughout all year.
With excellent communications, it is easily accessible by train, sea and air. Jerez Airport is located just 42 km away.