Transfers from Malaga Airport to Cadiz

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History of Cadiz

 Prehistory and Ancient Age

 Cadiz is a city with more than 3,000 years of history. Its foundation is due to the Phoenicians with the name of Gadir. It is believed to be the oldest city in the Western world.

 Like most Greek and Phoenician cities, Cadiz was Romanized after the arrival of the Phoenicians and then changed its name to Gades. At that time Gades would reach a great height, and was even connected to Rome through the Via Augusta, but with the fall of the Roman Empire Cadiz fell into a period of decline and abandonment.

 Medieval Cadiz

 Cadiz in the Middle Ages with the conquest of the Muslims is now called Qadis. Moreover, during this period the decline that has been dragging on since the third century continues. Later it would be reconquered by Alfonso X The Wise in the thirteenth century, and repopulated with people brought from Cantabria.

 Cadiz in the Modern Age

 With the discovery of America comes again a time of splendor for Cadiz. Because it would obtain the privilege of the commercial monopoly with the Americas.

 During the following centuries, Cadiz lived different naval confrontations. As in 1596 when it was attacked and sacked by the English and the Dutch. And also in 1625 or 1656 when Oliver Cromwell ruled England.


 Two facts mark the destiny of Cadiz and above all of Spain in the 19th century:

  •  First of all, the Battle of Trafalgar in which the Spanish Empire was defeated by the English on the coast of Barbate. 
  •  And on the other hand, the invasion of Napoleon’s troops. But Cadiz is the only point that resisted the invasion. That is why it became for a while the capital of Spain and where the First Spanish Constitution was written in 1812, La Pepa.

Later in Cadiz there was another series of historical events such as the siege in 1823 of the city by the Hundred Thousand Sons of Saint Louis. The Liberal Revolution that would give rise to the Constitution of 1869 and the proclamation of Cadiz as an independent canton of Spain during the First Republic. However, the loss of the colonies made it lose importance. And in the 20th century it suffered the explosion of a powder keg that destroyed a large part of the city.

But today, Cadiz is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain and is very worthwhile to visit and learn about its history.


Climate of Cadiz

Cadiz is warm and temperate. There is little rainfall throughout the winters. This location is classified as Csa by Köppen and Geiger. In Cabino, the average annual temperature is 17.9 ° C. The average rainfall is approximately 597 mm.

The driest month is July, with 0 mm. The highest amount of precipitation occurs in December, with an average of 99 mm.

The hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 24.4 °C in August. The lowest average temperatures of the year occur in January, when it is around 11.9° C.


Gastronomy of Cadiz

Cadiz is a really old city with more than 3000 years of history and a strategic location. Surrounded by The Atlantic ocean and the Mediterranean Sea it has enriched its varied gastronomic offer.

The sea has a very important presence in the most popular dishes of the province. The fried “pescaíto”, the marinade dogfish or the extensive variety of seafood caught in the Bay, delight the palates of locals and visitors.

The pig, the meat of retinto and of hunting also have part in the gastronomy of the province of Cádiz. The pork rinds, the Iberian ham and other sausages from the pig are a delicacy praised by locals and visitors.


Interesting monuments to visit in Cadiz

Puerta de Tierra

The Puerta de Tierra is a monument which is a redoubt of the former wall at the entrance to the city of Cadiz.

Tower of Puerta Tierra

The tower of Puerta Tierra received the old name of “Torre Mathé”, in memory of the creator of the optical telegraph lines, 

Telegraphic tower of the Military Government of Cadiz

The Military Government Tower of Cadiz, now the Reina Sofia Cultural Centre, was the first optical telegraph in Andalusia. It was built in 1805.

Falla Grand Theatre

The Gran Teatro Falla of Cádiz was built on the site of the old Gran Teatro de Cádiz, made of wood and which caught fire in 1881. 

Among the many shows it hosts throughout the year, it is worth mentioning the Official Competition of Cadiz Carnival Groups.

Cadiz Cathedral

Also called Santa Cruz sobre el Mar and the New Cathedral in contrast. Its construction was ordered by Alfonso X The Wise. 

It has a Latin cross floor plan and three naves, which are delimited by columns. The high altar consists of a neoclassical style temple dedicated to the Immaculate Conception. 

Roman Theatre of Cadiz

It is in the Quarter of El Pópulo and was used for plays, Greek and Roman. Found by chance in 1981.

Its capacity would be about 20.000 spectators. 

Gadir site

It is in the heart of the historical centre of the city, the Gadir site. The scarcity of architectural remains of Phoenician settlements throughout the Mediterranean, make the site a unique place in Europe. 

Besides these Phoenician remains, there are still constructions of a factory for the Roman fishing industry.

Factory of salted fish 

The factory is in the center of the city. In what was the old canal that divided the city into two islands. And it’s from the 1st century BC.

In addition to the numerous churches and other religious architecture in Cadiz we have to highlight the following:

  • Santa Catalina Castle
  • The City Hall
  • The Tavira Tower
  • San Lorenzo del Puntal Castle
  • San Sebastian Castle. 
  • The House of the Admiral. 
  • Customs Palace
  • Royal Prison
  • Museum of Cadiz. Which is one of the most visited museums in Andalusia.
  • Arch of the Whites
  • Rose Arch
  • Nuestra Señora del Carmen Hospital
  • Former National Tobacco Factory of Cadiz, now the Conference and Exhibition Centre


What to visit in Cadiz

  1. Plaza de España
  2. Torre Tavira
  3. Mercado y Plaza de las flores
  4. Catedral de Cádiz
  5. Playas de Cádiz
  6. Castillo de Santa Catalina
  7. Parque Genovés


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