Cadiz - Shore Based Excursions

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.  

Shore based tours and excursions for cruise passengers to Malaga

Here is a selection of 'shore based' excursions ideal for for cruise passengers to Malaga as the pick up point is Mlaga Cruise terminal.

Private shore excursions from Cadiz cruise port

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Group shore excursions from Cadiz cruise port

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Cadiz Discovery City Tour - Shore Excursion from Cadiz

Don’t just find out about Cadiz while you’re there. Go and see it; experience it. And there really is so much to see and experience. This four hour excursion is a wonderful highlights package. You’ll get to see everything the guide books tell you to see. And you’ll have an experienced guide on hand to make sure you really appreciate it all.

Seville & Alcazar Skip the Line from Cadiz Port (Cruisers Only)


Leave the cruise port at Cadiz and spend a day in the Andalucian city of Seville! This full-day shore excursion includes a walking tour around the must-see neighborhood of Santa Cruz, a trip to the General Archive of the Indies, and viewing of Seville Cathedral and Royal Alcazar Palace (Reales Alcázares) — two UNESCO World Heritage sites.