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Cádiz – The Oldest Continuously-Inhabited City in Spain

18 matched hotels in Cadiz

Occidental Cadiz by Barceló Hotel Group
Occidental Cadiz by Barceló Hotel Group - Cadiz
11009 Cadiz
  •  approx. 2 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 2 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 32.3 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 126.00EUR
8.9
Regio Cádiz Hotel
Regio Cádiz Hotel - Cadiz
11009 Cadiz
  •  approx. 2.4 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 32.5 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 117.00EUR
8.2
Hotel Las Cortes De Cádiz
Hotel Las Cortes De Cádiz - Cadiz
11004 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.5 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.8 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 31.5 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 99.00EUR
6.8
Hotel Parador De Cadiz
Hotel Parador De Cadiz - Cadiz
11002 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.5 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 1.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 60 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 268.00EUR
9.0
Tryp Cadiz La Caleta Hotel
Tryp Cadiz La Caleta Hotel - Cadiz
11009 Cadiz
  •  approx. 2.7 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 32.8 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 204.00EUR
Hotel Playa Victoria Palafox
Hotel Playa Victoria Palafox - Cadiz
11010 Cadiz
  •  approx. 3.5 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 3.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 45 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 191.00EUR
Hotel Regio 2
Hotel Regio 2 - Cadiz
11008 Cadiz
  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 1.5 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 32.3 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from
185.07EUR
125.00EUR
Cádiz Inn
Cádiz Inn - Cadiz
11006 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 31.6 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 55.00EUR
Rosario Uno Aparthotel
11004 Cadiz
Dbl. from 80.00EUR
Cádiz Inn Apartments
Cádiz Inn Apartments - Cadiz
11005 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.2 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 0 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 92.00EUR
Hotel Spa Cadiz Plaza
Hotel Spa Cadiz Plaza - Cadiz
11010 Cadiz
  •  approx. 3.1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 2 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 32.9 km

    Distance to airport

Dbl. from 139.00EUR
8.6
Hotel Senator Cádiz Spa
Hotel Senator Cádiz Spa - Cadiz
11004 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.3 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 0.2 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 31.5 km

    Distance to airport

9.2
Hotel Monte Puertatierra
Hotel Monte Puertatierra - Cadiz
11006 Cadiz
  •  approx. 1.2 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 2 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 32 km

    Distance to airport

7.1
Hotel Nuro
Hotel Nuro - Cadiz
11160 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 48 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 62.5 km

    Distance to airport

Hotel Apartamentos Plaza de la Luz Cádiz
Hotel Apartamentos Plaza de la Luz Cádiz - Cadiz
11002 Cadiz
  •  approx. 1 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 1.4 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 32.2 km

    Distance to airport

8.2
Hotel Boutique Convento Cádiz
Hotel Boutique Convento Cádiz - Cadiz
11006 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.2 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 31.6 km

    Distance to airport

Hotel El Armador Casa Palacio Apartamentos turísticos
Hotel El Armador Casa Palacio Apartamentos turísticos - Cadiz
11001 Cadiz
  •  approx. 0.7 km

    Distance to city center

  •  approx. 3 km

    Distance to train station

  •  approx. 45 km

    Distance to airport

Casa Caracol - Hostel
Casa Caracol - Hostel - Cadiz
11006 Cadiz
The Phoenicians founded the city in ancient times, which is why it is thought to be the most ancient city still standing in Western Europe. One of the first things the ancients did was build a temple for Melqart, comparable to the Greek Hercules. It became part of many major empires over the centuries, including the Moorish and the Romans. It has also been the seat of many revolutions, adding to its historical importance. In recent years, landmarks and other important structures have been cleaned and restored, making it a charming place for tourists. There are now more than 120, 000 people living in the city, and they enjoy that where they live is known for its being the home of the Spanish Navy and the site of the University of Cádiz.

Location: On the Southwestern Coast of Spain

Cádiz is one of eight cities that make up Andalusia, an autonomous community in Spain. It has an important port that serves the Spanish Navy in southwestern Spain. The city is surrounded by the sea, making it a popular beach resort. The many parks around town are home to exotic flora and fauna, including large trees that are thought to have been brought from the New World by Christopher Columbus. Its Mediterranean climate brings warm but dry summers as well as wet, cool winters.

Culture: Well-Preserved Historical Landmarks

The list of landmarks and historical structures seems miles long, which is why it is well-known for its cultural attractions. In the Old Town, you can find many plazas including Plaza de Mina, which was once an orchard belonging to a convent. One of the most notable sites inside is a museum with many artifacts and art. The Tavira Tower is an 18th century watchtower overlooking the ocean and is the tallest of its kind. A Roman Theatre was discovered here in 1980 having been built by order of Lucius Cornelius Balbus in the 1st century BC. It is actually the second largest of its kind in existence. For a look back into the 1300s, you can also check out the intact old city walls and gates including El Arco de los Blancos, which leads to the Populo district.

Activities: Beaches, Sightseeing, and a Carnival

Cádiz is home to some of Spain's most beautiful beaches, which makes it popular to those looking for a relaxing oceanside getaway. One of the most popular beaches here is La Playa de la Caleta. It is considered the most scenic and is in between two castles. If you're looking for some fun, one of the best known carnivals in the entire world might be a good place to start. The Carnival of Cádiz is most famous for comical music performances and storytellers. There is almost always something going on carnival related. For those who love learning about history, it is all around them when they step foot into town. Sightseeing is even popular among those that live here with so many places to choose from. Two of them include the Casa del Almirante adjacent to the Plaza San Martín and Plaza de la Catedral.