Eager to get naked in Spain and get evenly tanned? Here are some great spots!
Province of Cadiz
Province of Cadiz is a beautiful and vibrant region located in southern Spain, on Costa de la Luz, in Andalusia, with Cadiz as its capital. Besides the capital, its main cities are Jerez de la Frontera, Algeciras, and Tarifa. Province of Cadiz is the southernmost part of mainland Spain, as well as the southernmost part of continental Europe. It’s the only Spanish province with access to both the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean coastlines. It also borders Gibraltar, a United Kingdom overseas territory. Breathtaking sandy beaches, charming white-washed villages, historic sites, delicious Mediterranean cuisine, lots of sun, and warm temperatures make the Province of Cadiz a great destination at any time of the year.
Best time to visit
Province of Cadiz has a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. If really high temperatures, around 30°C, and crowds don’t bother you – visit during the high season from June to August. If you prefer quieter times and lower temperatures, around 15-20°C, choose any month in the lower season. Personally, we think Spring and Autumn are the best.
Discover the best places near Cadiz for one-day trips. Everyone will find something interesting. Sunny beaches, ancient ruins, pueblos blancos and more.
What did garum, tuna migration, and Africa got to do with the rise and fall of this once important Roman city of Baelo Claudia located there?
Strong wind, long sandy beaches, sea on one side and ocean on the other. What would you need more to enjoy the European capital of wind?
One of the oldest cities in Europe that has seen a lot. And you can see a lot there too. Ready for an adventure in Cadiz, Spain? Let’s go then!
Fish & Chips, red phone booths, pints in a pub, so that’s UK! Well, almost… Add pedestrian crossing on the airstrip and an Apes’ Den and you’re in Gibraltar.