Activities in Cádiz

Flamenco

  Enjoy the flamenco in Cádiz and GADIR. Song, dance, guitar, rythm… you can breath flamenco in Andalucía with all its passion and emotion. Flamenco is not a turistic attraction. It is part of our daily life, part of our character. We invite you to discover it truly. From the professional shows of the “Tablaos” […]

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The Cádiz Carnival

The Carnival of Cádiz is one of the best-known carnivals in the world. Cadiz is famous for the sense of humour of its citizens and Carnival is a festival in which authority, politicians, celebrities and the church are parodied and ridiculed. The central figures here are the choirs (los coros), groups of between three and forty singers. Current […]

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Walks through Cádiz with GADIR

GADIR visits to Cádiz: While many places lay claim to being Europe’s oldest city, Cadiz has the history, culture, and good vibes to back it up! Before it became Spanish, Cadiz had been home to several legendary civilizations, including the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, and Moors. Evidence of each society can be seen through Cadiz’s amazing walking streets, […]

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Nightlife in Cádiz

Cadiz has a vibrant nightlife consisting of traditional tapas bars, street cafes, all night clubs and some wonderful local fiestas. The city’s student population ensures a lively party scene at all times of the year and the absence of mass tourism means you can enjoy a really Spanish night out. As in most Spanish cities, […]

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“Tapas” en Cádiz

“Tapas” has been a part of Spanish culinary for hundreds of years and are the best introduction to authentic Andalusian food. Tapas are small portions of foods, both hot and cold, served in bars, bodegas and tascas to accompany a wine or a beer. Choosing different tapas portions you can easily have a delicious lunch […]

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The “Semana Santa” in Cádiz

During the whole of Semana Santa, (Holy Week), street processions are organised in Cádiz, as in most Spanish towns each evening, from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday.In Cádiz, the Semana Santa (Holy Week) is a yearly tradition that is celebrated by locals and visitors alike. The city takes on a serious and contemplative mien, and […]

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