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First of all, Cadiz has a subtropical Mediterranean climate which, according to the Köppen climate classification corresponds to the Csa Mediterranean climate.
The average annual temperature of Cadiz in the period is about 19 °C. This makes it the third warmest capital city in Spain, after Seville and Almeria.
The average maximum temperatures in the hottest month (August) are 28 °C while the average minimum temperatures in the coldest month (January) are just under 10 °C.
Furthermore, as a historical fact, in 2007, Cadiz was, together with Granada, the fourth sunniest city in Spain. Because both had 3,016 hours of sunshine. And all this, according to the data provided by the National Institute of Statistics, collected in its statistical yearbook.
Based on the beach/pool score, the best time of year to visit Cadiz for the hottest activities is from the end of June to the beginning of September.
In terms of sunshine hours, the length of the day in Cadiz varies considerably throughout the year. The shortest day is usually around December 21st, with about 9 hours and 40 minutes of natural light. While the longest day is around June 20th, with 14 hours and 40 minutes of natural light.
Beach and dunes
Bolonia beach is a beach in the municipality of Tarifa in the province of Cadiz. It belongs to the Campo de Gibraltar and faces the Moroccan city of Tangier.
It is limited to the west by Punta Camarinal and to the east by Punta Paloma; in the interior it is bordered by the Sierra de La Plata, the Sierra de la Higuera and the San Bartolomé hill.
It is a beach of almost 4 kilometres long and an average width of about 70 metres. It is also one of the few virgin beaches in Spain.
The Famous Dune of Bologna
The Bologna dune is a sand dune over 30 metres high, over 200 metres inland and about half a kilometre wide. It lies to the northwest of the Bologna inlet, in the direction of Camarinal point. It has been a natural monument since 2001.
Origin and structure
It is an accumulation of sand formed by the dominant easterly winds as they collide head-on with the end of the inlet.
Due in part to the orientation of the beach which is south-east-north-west. This is why the east wind raises and projects a current of fine sand that sweeps the surface of the beach until it reaches the end of the cove. And that is where the current hits the closure of the cove.
But at the end of the cove there is a small substrate of rock, pine vegetation and underbrush. This slows down the sand and causes the formation of the dune.
Bolonia Baelo Claudia
This is an ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia in the cove of Bologna from the late second century BC.
This city was the heir to a previous Punic-Bastilic settlement. It emerged through trade with North Africa because it was the main seaport linking Tangier.
It is also believed that this city had some functions as an administrative center, but fishing, salting industry and garum were the main sources of wealth.
But from the second century began its decline. Because a great tidal wave devastated much of the city. That was added to the crisis of the third century and the incursions of pirates. And it was definitively abandoned in the 7th century.
The fishing, conserves it by means of salting of tunas, and the production of “garum”. They were made during the summer months, a fact that determines in part the characteristics of their buildings.
In its urban layout we can observe the two main classical routes of the Roman city:
- the decumanus maximus, from East to West.
- and the cardo maximus, which crosses it from North to South.
At the intersection of these two streets is the forum or main square, whose current pavement is the original slab of Tarifa preserved since the first century. And around it were distributed the main public buildings.
Nowadays the site is next to a tourist area, so its potential for cultural tourism is beginning to be exploited, and it is easy to reach the site because it is well connected.