Nature in Cadiz City
Playa de las Mujeres (Santa María del Mar)
It is a cozy and pleasant beach near the old town. It is situated between two breakwaters, which make it a quiet and nice beach. The view of the old town and the Cadiz Cathedral is very nice.
Playa de Cortadura
It is the only one in the category “natural untreated beaches.” It stretches along the road linking Cadiz with San Fernando.
Playa de la Caleta
It is known for its beauty and is very popular. It’s the only one in the historical district and here you can enjoy all year spectacular sunsets. One of the nicest places in town with good service and everything near by.
Parque Genovés – Jardín botánico
It is the largest green area of the old town. In the middle of the19th century a large wooded park was created, called “De las Delicias”, which ended in a garden and at the end of the century, the Mayor Eduardo Genoese undertook the definitive refurbishment.
Playa de la Victoria
It´s probably the most beautiful in the new town. Between the Santa María del Mar and Cortadura beaches you can stroll on the beach promenade and enjoy a drink in one of the cafes or bars, or enjoy a great meal in one of the good restaurants.