Bed and Breakfast Cadiz

    Perched on the end of an Atlantic peninsula, the Andalusian city of Cadiz. The southernmost point on mainland Spain, it is only 14km from Africa and as such enjoys an amazing subtropical climate. Come and stay in a Bed and Breakfast Cadiz and explore the city which launched explorers across the sea to the New World.

    The White Villages

    The Pueblos Blancos are famous in Andalusia. These picturesque little villages are unique in their beauty and atmosphere. Set in idyllic hilltop locations, the buildings, streets, walls, churches, everything is whitewashed. Creating a startling impression on the landscape. Take a day out from your visit to a Bed and Breakfast Cadiz and tour the little inland towns.

    Sun, sea and saltfish

    The beaches in Cadiz are second to none. The Playa la Caleta is a well-equipped blue flag beach on the end of the peninsula and is probably the most photogenic. The Playa la Victoria is the beach most popular with the locals. A sprawling urban beach, it has a delightful promenade where you can stroll with ice cream during the day or return at night to enjoy the lively atmosphere in the bars and nightclubs.

    Traditional entertainment

    Despite its political incorrectness, bullfighting is still very much an important part of Andalusian culture. For those with a strong stomach, there are many bullrings in the surrounding province of Cadiz where you will find enthusiasts crowding to support their favorite Matador. Another important tradition in Cadiz is Flamenco. This gypsy art form is emblematic of the area and couples dance in passion to the sounds of an acoustic guitar. A must-see for all visitors to a Bed and Breakfast Cadiz, don’t forget to pick up your souvenir fans and castanets!

    AirBnB Cadiz

    Choosing an AirBnB Cadiz is one alternative to a hotel in the city but you should also check out the charming properties from Bed and Breakfast Cadiz. Whether you stay in a comfortable B&B or an AirBnB Cadiz you will be sure to enjoy exploring this often overlooked little Spanish coastal town.