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A stunning piece of history approached by a longish flat causeway to a moorish style castle that dominates the front of the harbour. Great for photography against the ocean and sunlight and all free entry... beautiful Cadiz!
A good tale from the past always piques our interest and our guide told us about the 1457 plague-diseased Venetian ship that was forced to stay here while healing (as hey actually did, the story goes). They built a little hermitage here and named it...More
This was a well preserved castle and fortification built in the early 1700's.It has a great location with a beach to one side and it was free to enter. The area contains one of the first modern lighthouses to be erected (1908) in Spain. Well...More
From our map we thought you had to traverse a sandy causeway to reach this ancient monument, but there’s a concrete path.
Unfortunately on the day we visited, the path was close, so we had to settled for a short walk along the path and...More
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I was there in April and yes it was closed. Even more annoying, they also closed the promenade so you could not walk out to get the view of the city. We ended up going to Castillo de Santa Katarina, very close, which was... More
I was there in April and yes it was closed. Even more annoying, they also closed the promenade so you could not walk out to get the view of the city. We ended up going to Castillo de Santa Katarina, very close, which was nice and had some good art exhibitions.