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  • Jerez wine or Sherry, is the Spanish wine range produced mainly in Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María and Sanlúcar de Barrameda. Furthermore, it is possible finding great wines in other towns around that area as Chiclana de la Frontera, Chipiona, Puerto..

  • Sotogrande is the biggest luxury residential in the province of Cádiz. Besides stunning mansions and fantastic villas, it is well known for the importance that Sotogrande gives to sport. There are multiple sports that can be practiced in Sotogrande. It has a tennis a

  • Chiclana de Frontera is the home of Barrosa Beach, one of the finest in Spain. Known for its clean waters, its fine, white sand and its length – 8 kilometres, nearly 5 miles – Barrosa is perfect for early morning or late evening strolls. There...

  • One of the most important celebrations in the province of Cadiz is its Carnival. The carnivals of Cádiz and Santa Cruz of Tenerife are the most famous and talked about in Spain. Every year, during  January and February,  the Official Festival of Carnival Music Groups

  • Chicharrones is one of the most popular and tasty Gaditanan gourmet products. The best are found in Chiclana and Paterna, where they are generally prepared and presented diced or sliced. There are many ingredients and ways to cook them Cooking  typical Chiclana chich

  • The province of Cádiz has become one of the most popular in the world amongst golf lovers.  The sheer number  and quality of it’s courses, as well as the very wide range of complementary activities and attractions, guarantees a fantastic and memorable time for

  • Manzanilla is a white, dry wine produced from the star of Jerez grapes, the palomino, and aged under a layer of yeast known as ‘veil de flor’. It is made exclusively in the bodegas (wineries) in Sanlúcar de Barrameda in the Sherry wine region, and under t

  • Cádiz, a city located in South Spain, is a millenarian city. It is actually the oldest city in Europe. Its strategic geographical location has had a great influence in its history. The city of Cádiz is located just between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean...

  • A great way to visit Cádiz is coming by one of the stunning cruises that nearly everyday stop in its port. The number of cruises and for instance, the total number of cruise passengers has increased drastically in the last years. In 2015, the growth...

  • The Rock of Gibraltar is one of the places that tourists should not miss visiting when coming to the province of Cádiz. It is a British territory since the signing of the Utrecht treaties and the conclusion of the War of the Spanish Succession. Although...

  • Bolonia Beach is considered one of the best beaches in Spain and Europe. Its white and thin sand, its transparent and turquoise water, and the lack of buildings and big infrastructures along its coast, make the place a unique virgin natural treasure. Apart from its..

  • Several archaeological discoveries have proved that the production of cheese in Cádiz, started thousands of years ago. The process was pretty simple, they first strained milk with the purpose of cleaning it. Then, they put the milk close to a fire a worned it up....

  • The white villages route in the province of Cádiz is one of the most popular attractions within the touristic offer in the region. The white villages are located along the Cádiz mountain range area, which is also known as the Mountain range of Grazalema. There...

  • Several villages have participated on the development of the current Gaditanian gastronomy offer. Cádiz is a 3,000 years old city with a strategic location where the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea join together. It was conquered by numerous civilizations and cu

  • The ´Costa de la Luz´ {Coast of light} is located in South Spain, more accurately in the Atlantic coast of Cádiz and Huelva. It is connected to the very famous Costa del Sol by the Strait of Gibraltar. It has more than 200 kms of...

  • Cantizano Sauces and Preserves is a small family with two very specific passions, cooking and the countryside. They grow themselves the ingredients used to produce their delicious sauces and preserves. Some of the ingredients they currently use to elaborate their pro