What to see in Cádiz province, you might be wondering if you are preparing a trip to this destination soon, right? And that its famous white villages, its paradisiacal beaches, its natural parks and its places so full of history make this little piece of Andalusia a destination that offers you everything.

So the first thing we would like to do is to congratulate you for choosing this province for your days off. And the second thing is to invite you not to miss any of the following, because we have compiled for you a list of places to visit in the province of Cadiz that you can't miss. Get ready, we're starting the tour!

Cadiz capital

Speaking of what to see in the province of Cádiz, the capital is one of the most surprising places in the area. To begin with, what will surprise you the most is the Cathedral of Cádiz and its golden dome, which is of baroque and neoclassical style and outlines a spectacular Cádiz skyline. As a curiosity, according to Catholic tradition, a thorn from Christ's crown and a piece of wood from his cross are found there.

Another of the city's must-see places is the Barrio del Pópulo, where it is advisable to wander through its streets in search of the Plaza de San Martín and the Roman Theatre.

Finally, make a note of these places of tourist interest in Cádiz that are well worth a visit: the Plaza de las Flores, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, the Parque Genovés, the Castle of Santa Catalina and the Castle of San Sebastián. And, of course, its beautiful white sandy beaches.

Setenil de las Bodegas

Setenil de las Bodegas is one of the places to visit in the province of Cadiz that will surprise you the most. It is one of the white villages of Cádiz and is very famous for being built around a canyon through which the Guadalporcún river flows.

What will leave you open-mouthed is the characteristic landscape drawn by the gigantic rocks of the mountain over the houses. You'll want to take dozens of photos, you'll see! And note that the best streets to enjoy these views are Calle Cuevas del Sol and Calle Cuevas de la Sombra.

In any case, we recommend that you take a stroll around this picturesque village.

Conil de la Frontera

In case you are looking for plans to relax in Cádiz , Conil de la Frontera should be on your route. Its most outstanding beaches are Bateles, Castilnovo, Fontanilla and El Palmar. In fact, the latter is considered one of the best in Spain for its crystal-clear, shallow waters, which makes it ideal for surfing.

As for cultural tourism, in Conil de la Frontera you can visit the Church of Santa Catalina, the Tower of Guzmán, the Plaza España and the Puerta de la Vila.

Finally, to rest and disconnect in a quieter place, we suggest you go to the coves of Aceite and Roche, which are between the port and the urbanisation of the same name.

La Línea de la Concepción

And what about all there is to see in La Línea de la Concepción to see in La Línea de la Concepción ? This is the real Pueblo Auténtico, a place where you can find everything from World War II bunkers to sites such as the 18th century Fort of Santa Bárbara.

In addition, there are many things to do in La Línea de la Concepción to do in La Línea de la Concepción , such as having a cool drink under the coloured umbrellas in Calle Cadalso or strolling in the shade provided by the crochet awnings in Calle de las Flores.

And the best of all is that in La Línea de Concepción you can live the unique experience (but unique, really) of spending your holidays on a houseboat . Just like you're reading it! An ideal plan to enjoy a lot of benefits of contact with water while spending a few days in a unique accommodation.

Zahara de la Sierra

On this route of places to visit in Cádiz province we are now going to make a stop in Zahara de la Sierra. It's another of the white villages that should be on your radar, believe us.

To give you an idea, it is one of those villages where it is better to go without a map and get lost in its narrow streets. Some of its most beautiful spots are the Mirador de la Plaza de Lepanto, Calle Ronda, Plaza del Rey and Calle Fuerte. Finally, if you want to take a break on your walk, you can sit on one of the terraces in the Plaza de San Juan.


For those who are more of a surfer, the answer to what to see in Cádiz province is Tarifa. There you can enjoy your favourite sport at Playa del Balneario, Los Lances, Hurricane, Punta Paloma and Playa de Bolonia.

After getting out of the water, you can put on some comfortable shoes to visit historic sites such as the Puerta de Jerez, the old town, the Church of San Mateo, its medieval walls and the castles of Guzmán el Bueno and Santa Catalina.

Seeing dolphins in the Strait

The Strait of Gibraltar is the best place in the Mediterranean to see dolphins in their natural habitat. You're sure to love it, especially if you're going with marine enthusiasts or with a little one. With a bit of luck you'll be able to see other species of cetaceans such as pilot whales, sperm whales and orcas.


And if you fix book your houseboat in La Línea de la Concepción , you will have it even easier. Because you can have a great time with some of the experiences we have prepared for you and your loved ones. Take note: Group adventure on the sea , Mediterranean with the family or Magical Mediterranean with the family . All of them include the reservation of your house in our flotel (don't you know what a flotel is ? Well, it's very simple: a floating hotel ????), a ride with the dolphins to see them jump and play in the sea and other activities that both adults and children will love.

Los Caños de Meca

It is often said that Los Caños de Meca is the most bohemian place to visit in the province of Cadiz. And the truth is that we agree that it is. If we head towards the coast, places like Playa del Faro, Cala Varadero and Playa del Pirata shine with their own light.

And if we head towards the town, we encourage you to take a stroll around the Palomar de la Breña, the Mercado de Abastos and the Trafalgar Lighthouse. Fancy some nature? Well, in this place to visit in Cádiz province you also have a good ration in the form of a 13-kilometre route that takes you to the cliffs of Barbate.

Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park

Of course, we can't talk about what to see in Cádiz province without giving it a natural touch. The Sierra de Grazalema Nature Reserve is the place to go if you're in the mood for easy country walks, such as the one from the village of El Bosque to Benamahoma along the Majaceite River (just 5 kilometres).

Although if you dare to do something more intense, the Llanos de Rabel Route is about 10 kilometres long and lasts between three and four hours. Just remember to take your hiking boots with you.

More places to see in Cádiz province

As you can see, there is a lot to see in Cádiz province. And yet we've only given you a few brief glimpses here. Because among its famous white villages you have a few more beautiful places to visit, such as Arcos de la Frontera, Olvera and Grazalema


So you can see that we haven't fooled you. Cádiz province has so much to see... that you'll definitely have to come back!