Holidays to Cadiz
If it’s good enough for James Bond, it’s good enough for anyone. The sunny streets of Cadiz town may appear familiar; they graced the silver screen as a backdrop for the action packed ‘Die Another Day’ film. There’s no guarantee a holiday in Cadiz will include millionaires or the beautiful Halle Berry but the stunning province in Costa de la Luz is certain to show you a good time. Blue skies, Spanish sunshine, relaxed cafes and exotic yachts, it’s no wonder holidays in Cadiz are becoming more and more popular with super spies and mere mortals alike.
Cadiz : A 3,000-year-old holiday destination
Cadiz isn’t a new kid on the block, the historic city dates back over 3,000 years and is the oldest place in the whole of Western Europe to be inhabited continuously. That must count for something! The skyline is void of concrete and the mazed central streets have all retained a unique and picturesque charm. Swap your flip-flops for trainers and explore the cobbled alleyways. If you feel thirsty during your holiday in Cadiz you won’t have to go far to find refreshment. Nearly every street and back alley leads to a beautiful open square. Here, you’ll find an abundance of cafes and bars, all enticing you in with their cool drinks and delicious cuisine. There are also plenty of nearby villages and towns to visit during your holiday in Cadiz. In the nearby Puerto de Santa Maria there is a beautiful beach that people flock from miles to visit. Or if you’ve had enough of beautiful beaches why not visit the city of Huelva where Christopher Columbus resided for several years.
There ain’t no party like a Cadiz Carnival
Famous across the country, anyone heading on holiday to Cadiz during the carnival season is in for a treat. Cadiz doesn’t do celebrating by halves and if you want to be involved in the best event of the year, get your body paint and best fancy dress ready. The city spends the entire year getting ready for the carnival and when you see the costumes, you’ll realise what they’ve been doing for all that time. The tongue-in-cheek Chirigotas take to the stage to perform political satire plays while the choirs take to the streets either alone or with a kazoo!
Say adios to busy tourist resorts
On first glance Cadiz looks completely isolated. As it sticks out on the peninsula and is nearly completely surrounded by water, holidaymakers can be mistaken for thinking they’re the only ones on holiday in Costa de la Luz. The friendly atmosphere makes holidays in Cadiz feel like a trip to see old friends. A peaceful getaway to the beautiful city of Cadiz is where lastminute.com can make the deal even sweeter. We’re all about finding you fantastic deals that make a holiday to Cadiz affordable and one of a kind. You don’t need the charm or the bank card of James Bond, just a few clicks on lastminute.com
Cadiz de Mar Travel Information
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