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We called in here as part of our circular walk around the sea perimeter of Cadiz. It was free to enter. One of the rooms seemed to house occasional exhibitions, and a painting collection was on display during our visit, which we quite enjoyed.
This is a fort that looks like it could be in New Mexico or California. It is stuccoed structures, but the wall is sandstone while the paths are a clay based sand. I like to compared the guard house with those found in Spanish Carribean...More
While walking the city, we stopped in at this castle. We enjoyed the views and photo opportunities. Cadiz is a fun place to visit if you enjoy lovely churches, attending mass, and practicing Spanish. We had a great time here.
There's not much to see, but take a quick look and get a sense of how Cadiz was defended in days gone by. There's little orientation on offer - no guide book or information, other than a board at the entrance. However, It's free (!)...More
Walking along the seafront is one of the highlights of my trip to Cadiz. The view is just so beautiful. From the Cathedral to Playa de la Caleta, then to Castillo de Santa Catalina, it's a leisurely walk, with a lot of sea birds flying...More
This impressive fortress offers great views of the city and Mediterranean Sea. We decided to visit Cadiz instead of going to Jerez for cherry tasting. It was probably the right decision as there was so much to see in this historical seaside town. Lots of...More