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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
We loved the idea of walking out to this castle. But sadly the walkway has been closed by the local police, and a local official said it would be shut for many months. Big shame. Cadiz is a lovely place but at times it seems...More
Great and historic castle, best approached from the Paseo Maritimo looking out to sea at dusk.
Wonderful experience walking along the promontory from the beach to the impressive castle and being able to look back at the city of Cadíz from there.
We went on...More
The Castle of San Sebastián was built in the 18th century to defend the northern flank of the city from attack. It's built at the end of La Caleta beach and reachable via a roughly 1,.5 km long causeway. It's a lovely walk and the...More
Attracted by the sight of this castle sitting off the coast we passed through the two land gates which formed the gatehuse (café with free Wi-Fi) and walked out to the castle itself. There is a little Lady chapel or guard room on the left...More
This is one of the most unique places in Cadiz. But of course it's not really IN it. There is a pathway to the tiny almost-island and it's a lovely walk, but if you really like castles a bit of a disappointment because it is...More
I have been here before when it was opened but in need of repair and found out on this trip it was closed, few reviews complaining of the walk, clearly some folk can’t take the scenery, fresh air and a lazy paseo in a beautiful...More
On the west side of Cadiz you will find a long pathway/narrow service lane that extends like an arm out into the sea. At the end of this extension is the fort, once used by the Spanish to defend
the port of Cadiz from approaching...More
Response from Tadashii66 | Reviewed this property |
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.