Shore Based Excursions
Cadiz cruise terminal is conveniently located just 5 minutes walk from the city centre and even more conveniently, perhaps, is the Hop on Hop off bus that stops outside the terminal. A handful of cruises stop here every month during the summer periods, however the dock is noticeably quieter in the winter.
The terminal itself can be found alongside the Alfonso XIII pier and, thanks to new development projects, is filled with all the facilities that you could hope to find in a modern terminal. WiFi is available throughout and the building is also home to a tourist information centre, souvenir shops, baggage stores and local delicatessens.
Below is a selection of shore based excursions that have special pick-up at the cruise terminal to locations outside the city of Cadiz. If you are interested in local guided tours of the city of Cadiz itself they are found on our Cadiz tour page.
Cadiz Shore Excursion: City Sightseeing Cadiz City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
While you’re in port in Cadiz, explore the city with a 24-hour ticket aboard this City Sightseeing hop-on hop-off bus tour. On this convenient shore excursion, travel around Cadiz on an open-top, double-decker bus, and see all the main sights such as Cadiz cathedral and Puerta de Tierra as you hop on and off whenever you want.
Excursion Cadiz port to Seville
Enjoy a nice excursion of 8 hours from Cadiz to Sevilla to discover one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. By private luxury car or minivan with choffer for the transfer and with official tour guide we will visit the 3 most important highlights of our city like the Cathedral of Santa Maria and Giralda tower, the royal Alcazar and the former jewish section called Santa Cruz distric. After the tour ... free time to enjoy the delicious sevillian gastronomy and leisure. You will never forget this wonderful tour !!!! (Entrance fees for Alcazar and Cathedral included)
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Jerez Self Guided Tour
Discover the former Moorish kingdom of Jerez de la Frontera at your own pace on this self-guided shore excursion from the port of Cadiz. Your shuttle trip features informative commentary about the region and what to do in Jerez. This return trip on a modern A/C mini coach includes a scenic tour of Cadiz as well as various courtesy drop off points in Jerez including the historical centre and the Royal Andalusian Horses show. This shore excursion is perfect for guests willing to tailor their visit at their own convenience.
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Self-Guided Seville
Explore the magnificent town of Seville on your own with this cruise excursion departing from the port of Cadiz. You will be checked in close to the port main gate and board your cruise shuttle bus to the heart of the historical centre of Seville. This non-guided cruise excursion allows to explore the town at your own leisure before being dropped back to the cruise terminal an hour before your ship departs.
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Small Group Cadiz Sightseeing Tour, Jerez Horse Show and Sherry Tasting
When your cruise docks in the Cadiz port, discover the historical beauty of the city on a panoramic sightseeing tour. See sights like the Cadiz cathedral and Puerta de Tierra, then relax in a comfortable minivan on the drive to the city of Jerez, famous for Andalusian horses. With your guide, visit Jerez’s Moorish fortress, the Alcazar, and enjoy a live horse performance. Then sample some of the region’s finest sherry while nibbling on a selection of typical Spanish tapas.
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Seville Day Trip with Skip the Line Real Alcazar and Cathedral
When your ship docks in the Cadiz port, head out on a shore excursion to Seville, one of the most remarkable cities in Andalusia (Andalucia). On this small-group tour (limited to 15 passengers) you’ll follow your local guide around Seville, a city full of history and beautiful Moorish architecture. Explore famous sites like the Cathedral of Seville, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site; Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería (commonly known as La Maestranza), the oldest bullring in Spain; and the Alcazar, a former Moorish fortress. This is a wonderful day trip for history buffs and architecture-lovers!