No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Partner Donana Cádiz
Travel Blogs from Cádiz
... sailing out of the harbor for the day.
We walked all around the city next and found ourselves churros and sangria, which I was just informed is a total tourist drink. Awk. But we shopped and drank for the rest of the afternoon together, in total consuming about two liters of the delicious Spanish nectar all together (I regret saying it; just let it go). We got back to the ship around 5:00 and met the boys for dinner. We all got changed to go ...
As the weather had been ordinary, we decided to forgo our
side tour to Gibraltar and to explore Jerez. I think it was a good move
although Anne would not agree to some point; she still enjoyed what Jerez had to offer. The
city Is the home of the famous Andalusian horse riding school. It is just a
short walk from the hotel and we arrive in time for the gates to open as we
stroll up. Whoo Hoo! First in, nearly, and away we go following the
We got up in the morning and decided to spend a little more time exploring this quaint town of Ronda. Anne is interested to see the bullring and I am interested to do the walk along the cliffs of Ronda. As the ring opens after 10am, we go for our morning stroll and overlook the vistas to the horizons far off in the mountains. It is still a little hazy, but certainly clear enough the pigs being fed down in the valley far below us. The ravine is at 120mts, a very long way down. ...
So, last last weekend i was in Cadiz. (march 8-9) sorry it took so long!!!
Cadiz is an ocean town right at the southern most point of Spain. Cadiz is considered to be one of the oldest continuously habited places in all of Europe, and thats saying something because Europe is OLD. Unfortunately, i didn't really notice an essence of history so much as an essence of party till you can't kind of mindset.
we chose this weekend ...
... in the bay, but others were just passing through on their way to who-knows-where. We hiked both on paved paths and rocks areas that weren't so typical places for tourists to end up. At one point, we made it out to a cliff where the ocean was hundreds of feet directly below. Towards the end of the day, as the sun was starting to set, we explored some old tunnels that have been turned into a Museum of a time when Spain tried unsuccessfully to gain back Gibraltar. From ...