Alcala del Valle produces exceptional handicrafts made with esparto, which is a material that comes from a type of grass grown in North Africa. Alcala del Valle is also known for its ‘pata negra’ cured ham as well as other cold meats.
One of the most popular tourist destinations in Cadiz province is Arcos de la Frontera-the white village with the right mix of great natural scenery and impressive architecture, plus, an important archaeological town history to boot.
Situated south of Cadiz and near the coastline, Chiclana and La Barrosa are impressive tourist destination of beaches, forest and marshes. Located close to Jerez de Frontera Airport, tourists find it a must-see destination when they visit the province of Cadiz. Inhabited by less than 100,000 residents, Chicana is home to Spain’s best beaches.
Both an agricultural and fishing village, Conil is a thriving vacation port for nature lovers and those seeking the kind of thrill that only the sea and rugged coastlines offer. Paragliding, windsurfing, cliffhanging and climbing, horseback riding, are but few of the delights that await you.
Beaches in El Puerto de Santa Maria are nothing short of magnificent. In fact, this town owes its beaches gratitude for the influx of tourists. Considered as one of the main attractions in Andalucia.
The town of Vejer de la Frontera is situated at the top of a hill, at an elevation of approximately 190 meters above sea level. The region of Vejer de la Frontera (Vejer for short) was a strategic location for the Phoenicians and Carthaginians.
Zahara de los Atunes is a hamlet in the municipality of Barbate near Tarifa. One of the main charms of Zahara de los Atunes is its beach, which is not surprising, since you can enjoy the most beautiful sunset and see clearly the African continent.
The most significant fact about La Linea de la Concepcion is its proximity to Gibraltar, a British territory from which the La Linea of today got much of its social and economic influences.
Medina was formerly called “Asido Caesarina”, seat of Dukes in the 15th century. It was from here where Guzman El Bueno came from. Bueno was the fearless admiral who directed the Armada in revolt against England. When he was bestowed with the title.
The castle on top of its hill is Olvera’s main attraction and the steps going there are equally magnificent, tourists find its lure irresistible. Its Arabian-style castle on top of the hill is unique and magnificent. Once used as a fortress, it is today a landmark of a town that continues to blossom under the Spanish skies.
Prado del Rey is located northeast of Cádiz between the provinces of Malaga and Seville bordered by the mountains of Grazalema and the countryside of Jerez. Recent archaeological findings trace back the town’s earliest civilization to the Bronze Age and the Iberian period. But Prado del Rey’s history lineage as a town took shape from the remnants.
Located in the northern part of the Bay of Cádiz, South of Spain, Puerto Real prides itself in its naval trade in the Province of Cádiz which has been active since the 17th century. Today, it has earned the name, “the industrial and educational hub” of Cádiz, as schools, universities, naval commerce and shipbuilding industry.
Paterna is on the Bull Route in the centre of Cádiz Province. It’s flat, with sparse vegetation. It is mainly composed of meadows and plateaus. “Peteneras” singing competition which is an annual event is anticipated with gusto.