The city of Cadiz is an amazing place to explore on foot. Situated at the end of a peninsula, Cadiz is surprisingly compact and easy to navigate, even for the most timid of visitors. Its cathedral, its ancient walls, its old fortifications, and its narrow streets all work to invite the visitor into the city's heart and engulf them in the soul of the place.

Museums in Cádiz City: Museo Catedralicio, Museo de Cádiz, Museo Histórico Municipal, Museo Marítimo.

Below is a selection of excursions from Cadiz city 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.

Here is a list of city tours that you can do in Cadiz.. If you are interested in a day trip or an excursions from Cadiz city to Seville or Jerez or villages in the countryside If you are interested they are found on our Cadiz excursions page.

Cadiz is a small city, interestingly located on a peninsula meaning it is surrounded by beautiful beaches and sea. Cadiz offers many of the thrills found in a city from modern bars and restaurants to suave bars and historic monuments but is also set in an idilic coastal surrounding.

Its tall, light atrium has a bold red reception area, avant-garde amorphous furniture, and pointed teardrop-shaped floor lamps. The 96 guest rooms with sea views, furnished in a sleek, nautical, contemporary style in shades of neutral beige, crisp white and navy blue. Each room has a minibar and small safe; interconnecting rooms for those travelling with children are available.
This small, friendly hotel in traditional building has just 12 rooms, decorated each themed around an aspect of Cadiz’s history – people, books and paintings. Rooms, decorated in clean, modern style with wooden floors, offer satellite TV, safe and minibar; some have balconies with French windows – try and get one with a cathedral view.
This hotel has a bright and cheery patio, in traditional Andalucian style, complete with colourful tiles, green plants and a fountain. Rooms, some of which are apartments, are decorated in warm colours, with a 32”LCD TV and tea and coffee tray (junior suites have espresso machines). Interior rooms look onto the patio.
Located in the new part of the city, this hotel in a classic-modern style is a short walk from the old town. It is very near Santa Maria del Mar beach, and you can find many shops close by. Spacious rooms are simply but stylishly furnished, with wood floors, and tea and coffee-making facilities, plus a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and choice of pillows. Note that rooms at the back of the hotel are quieter, although with no view; second-floor rooms have been refurbished.
Arranged in typical Andalucian style around a central arcaded patio, with delightful map of the city painted onto tiles in the entrance, this charming 19th-century hotel is themed around Spain’s first-ever constitution, La Pepa, which was drawn up in Las Cortes (the Courts) in 1812.