Light, joy and charm. Cádiz always captivates.
Cádiz is a city needs to be visited on foot to make the most of it. Its charm lies in its ability to preserve that colonial style from its period of splendour during trade with the Indians. Its narrow streets, with two or three storey buildings, large windows and, above all, indoor patios, give the city a very unique atmosphere. Especially characteristic is the walled area along the sea, where quite a few stretches of the original walls are still standing. Beyond Puerta de Tierra gate, we find another, more modern Cádiz. In fact Cádiz is divided into districts and each of them has successfully retained its distinguishing features. In Santa María district, key features are Santo Domingo and La Merced churches and the Royal Prison, which is beside the sea. Leaving this district behind, you come to the Pópulo district, located just behind the city hall, which is the city’s most beautiful and oldest district. The extreme narrowness of the streets and the many bars which have retained their nostalgic atmosphere bring us back to the 18th century.
In Cádiz there are endless places to enjoy tapas and many terraces, and especially typical of the area is marinated dogfish. The building style of houses in Cádiz is particularly unique, and they all have their own personality, such as indoor patios, with unique charm and decorated with plants and decorative details. Some of the most beautiful squares in Cádiz are Candelaria and Las Flores. Cádiz also boasts stunning parks, such as Alameda and the Parque Genovés. And what can be said of its beaches? La Caleta, María del Mar, La Victoria, Cortadura… Cádiz has a special charm which never ceases to captivate. From the central Senator Cádiz SPA Hotel you’ll have the city at your feet, with all mod cons.
The Town of Rota, bathed by the Atlantic, has been passed through by various cultures and civilisations. It is surrounded by 16 km of sandy beaches, notably the urban beaches La Costilla and El Rompidillo, which boast magnificent seafronts and natural beaches, such as Las Corrales, Punta Candor and La Ballena. Rota boasts wonderful natural spaces which are well worth discovering and offers visitors rich and varied cusine made from local produce, as well as a vast programme of sporting and cultural activities and festivals. The main monuments which you can visit include Luna Castle, the Parish of Ntra. Sra. de la O and La Merced tower.