Endless Beach | Cadiz, Spain

Endless Beach | Cadiz, Spain, Cadiz, Spain (B)

If you are looking for an escape from busy city life and want nothing more than a relaxing weekend on endless stretches of beach, look no further than Cadiz. Cadiz is technically an island in Andalucia, in the south of Spain. It is famous for its massive beaches, awesome food, and laid-back atmosphere. It was a major port for Christopher Columbus during some of his exploration voyages, and it is sometimes considered one of the oldest inhabited cities of Western Europe.

For our weekend, we mostly ate, drank and slept. It was a really relaxing way to spend three nights without feeling any pressure to run around to museums or commit to tours.

There are a lot of beautiful buildings centered by the water in Cadiz. The whole old town has a very Spanish-Floridian vibe, and if you’ve traveled to Saint Augustine before, you will know what I mean when you arrive in Cadiz. The mix of palm trees against the backdrop of sparkling blue waters, yellow expanses of sand and stone buildings is a calming aesthetic. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Endless Beach | Cadiz, Spain
Guide Location: Spain » Cadiz
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Valerie Streif
Read it on Author's Website: https://valerie-michelle.com/2017/05/18/a-weekend-in-cadiz-endless-beach/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Castillo de Santa Catalina
  • Playa Victoria
  • La Tapería del Lulu
  • Novelty
  • La Caleta
  • Mesón Palmito
  • Parque Genóves