Cádiz is one of the most interesting and complex provinces in Spain. Although it is far from being a province of mass tourism, Cádiz has almost everything: Magnificient, deserted beaches of fine white sand, small, picturesque White Villages in the mountains, pretty towns and cities such as Jerez de la Frontera and El Puerto de Santa María and nature reserves in a class of their own such as the Sierra de Grazalema or the Parque Natural de los Alcornocales.
In the province of Cádiz, you can experience authentic Andalusian folklore, in the many shows featuring flamenco dancing and singing, in the many ferias and of course, in the famous Cádiz city carnivals, which every year transform the city into one big party. At the same time, you just have to try the famous wines of Jerez and Sanlúcar to accompany one of the many traditional dishes of the area their excellent fish and seafood being particularly noteworthy.
The province of Cádiz promotes many different sporting activities, such as sailing, rock climbing and riding in the countryside or along the beaches, or learning flamenco dancing. We cater for the most demanding of tastes.
If we add to all of this the magnificent climate which the area enjoys, one soon realises that there is much to be discovered in Cádiz and its surrounding province.