The city of Cadiz is situated on the bay of the same name. It is the southern most provincial capital in Spain. Aside from magnificent beaches and a privileged climate, it offers a highly interesting mixture of history, culture, architecture and landscape. It is the most ancient city still standing in Western Europe and the starting point for some of Christopher Columbus's voyages of discovery to America.
Tourist attractions in the town and surrounding areas
The new cathedral: 18th century building of Neoclassical Baroque design. It is home to the Cathedral Museum with a wealth of exhibits. Manuel de Falla, the famous composer from Cadiz, is buried there.
Tavira tower: 18th century watchtower that offers one of the bests views of Cádiz. It is the highest point in the old town at 45 meters above the sea level. There is a Camera Obscura installed in the tower showing 360º live pictures of the city.
San Felipe Neri Oratorio: Built in the 17th Century. A painting of the Immaculate Conception by Muríllo is part of the high altar. This church was the home of the Spanish parliament in Cadiz in 1812 where the first Spanish constitution was drawn up.
Santa Catalina castle: 16th century fortress located in the northern side of La Caleta beach, in front of the San Sebastian castle in the city of Cádiz. The visit to the castle is free.
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