Cádiz, apart from being the oldest continuously habited city of western Europe, is also home to some of Spain’s most beautiful beaches.
The midst of summer would be the idea time to enjoy the city while learning something new each day.
Travelling to and from the city
The closest airport is Jerez de la Frontera. It takes about 35 minutes to reach by car or taxi (fixed price €46), 1 hour by direct bus or train.
RENFE cercanías stops 3 times a day at the airport station. Single rides cost from €4.7 and the tickets can be bought at vending machines.
There are several daily flights to Madrid and Barcelona (Iberia, Vueling). Ryanair flies daily to London Stansted and Frankfurt Hahn. Other operators fly scheduled, charter, or seasonal flights. The nearest major airports are in Seville (80 min by car, 2 hours by bus or train) and Malaga (2-3 hours by car or bus).
Frequent trains run to Jerez and about hourly to Seville. A very convenient way to come in from Madrid is with the ALVIA trains that runs 3 times a day (4 in summertime) covering the distance in about 5 hours. From Jerez to Cadiz fares are €5 for an adult and €3 for a child. Trains from Seville cost around €12.5 for a single and €20 for a return journey.
Average temperature expected during the time is around 19°C, with a high of 22.1°C and low of 16.1°C. The rainy season is usually on the wane during May, with the month seeing only 3 days of rainfall on average in the month. The relative humidity will hover around 70%.
Other accommodation options can be found on the Cádiz’s tourism’s board.
Inside the city
- Arrival and registration: Details will be added soon.
- Public transport: Details will be added soon.
- Visiting the La Playa de la Caleta
- More activities will be added soon.