Cadiz City Guide
Cadiz Location: Southern Tip of Spain
Cadiz is one of the more fascinating and beautiful cities in Spain. Surprisingly it is one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in Western Europe. If you are interested in culture, history, great food, wonderful weather, and excellent beaches then Cadiz should be high on your places to learn Spanish in.
The city itself is divided into two main sections, the modern section and the old town. The old town of Cadiz occupies the tip of a peninsula and is surrounded by clear blue water and a great beach. The historic part of Cadiz is famous for it beautiful plazas, winding streets, small street side cafes, historic sites of interest, and much more! The town has a certain energy to it that makes it unique within Spain.
The Carnival during Holy Week is famous and if you have a chance to be in this city during this time it will be well worth your time. It has long been considered Spain’s most riotous Spring Carnival.
The location of Cadiz means that during your free weekends you are close to many other different towns, villages, beaches, etc up and down the Southern coast of Spain. You are also close enough to take a weekend trip to Southern Portugal or take a ferry across to Morocco.
We are confident that you will find Cadiz, Spain to be a great place to learn Spanish in!
Things To See And Do In The Area
- Explore a fascinating historic city
- Visit museums and/or historic monuments
- Spend a day on the beach
- Great bars and restaurants
- A well renowned Carnival celebration
- Access to other interesting parts of Spain, Portugal and Morocco
- And much…much…more!
We are confident that learning Spanish at the Cadiz Spanish School will be a wonderful experience!
Getting To Cadiz, Spain
- Fly into Jerez. Each year there are more and more international flights
- From Jerez take a bus or train to Cadiz
- Fly into Sevilla and take a bus to Cadiz
If you have questions about how to arrive into Cadiz, Spain please do not hesitate to contact us.