Monuments in Cadiz
Cipo FunerarioPrado del Rey
This element usually consists of a pilaster, a pedestal or a piece of column that was placed in the tombs to honor the deceased. In this case, it is dedicated to Fabia Fabiana, a woman who belonged to one of the most influential families in the area.
Murallas de San CarlosCádiz
These walls are part of a semi-bastion, built at the end of the 18th century, an ambitious plan of Defense and remodeling of port facilities and buildings of this area of the city.
Depósitos y Fuente Romanos de la SaladaAlcalá de los Gazules
Recently excavated and of Roman origin, they were built to take advantage of a spring that appeared unexpectedly from the rock. Dated back to the 2nd century B.C., the set consists of reservoirs, triumphal arches and the foundation of a temple which has not reached our days.
Mausoleo de Rocio JuradoChipiona
This monument was inaugurated on the 18th of September, 2007, coinciding with the birthday of the artist; you can visit the monument in the Cemetery of San José.
La Chanca, Conil de la FronteraConil de la Frontera
It is one of the most emblematic monuments of Conil de la Frontera. It was built in the mid-16th century and was along with that of Zahara de los Atunes one of the great historical alambrabas of the province.
Fuente GrandeAlcala del Valle
It captures its natural water from a spring named alike which flows through five caños, ending in the old communal laundry, today recovered for ornamental use and protected with a base.
Arco de la RosaCádiz
The Arco de la Rosa gets its name from a small chapel that houses and is dedicated to the Virgen de la Rosa.
Arco de los BlancoCádiz
The Arco de los Blanco was known as Puerta de Tierra, not to be confused with the current one, and was located right beside the village`s castle.
EL Cao (El Canal de Artilleria de Carlos III)Jimena de la Frontera
It was a water conveyance that served the surrounding mills, blast furnaces, canon factories and iron batteries installed by Carlos III in the late 18th century.
Los Pozos, Alcalá de los GazulesAlcalá de los Gazules
They are several wells of Arabic origin and are a good example of the architecture of Alcalá de los Gazules. They receive the following names: the high well, the middle well and the lower well.
Arco del PópuloCádiz
The Arch of the Pópulo was the primitive Puerta del Mar (“Doorway to the sea”), since it was the main access to the port area of the city.
Arco de ReglaRota
Old gate of Chipiona, also known as Puerta de la Carne (gate of the meat), since here they used to sell and buy meat and other derivatives.
Puente RomanoAlcalá de los Gazules
It’s situated on the river Barbate, next to the now existing bridge, where some remains are left of it.
Fuentes de AlgodonalesAlgodonales
Algodonales has an impressive collection of crystal clear water fountains spread throughout the town. Highlighted is the High Fountain, the Lower Fountain, the Christopher Gomez Fountain, Manantial of the Dornajos, Cabera Fountain, Orihuela Fountain and the so called Vipers Fountain.