Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain

Almost entirely surrounded by water, this port city boasts 3,000 years of history reflected in ancient buildings, traditional fish dishes and salt-of-the-earth people. There are several beautiful beaches, winding narrow streets, beautiful tree-lined plazas, fountains, great restaurants and sensational views. You could easily create an itinerary packed with tours and museum visits, or just spend a few days eating, drinking and exploring at your own pace. And that's the charm of Cadiz. Continue reading our Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain guide, and start planning your vacation to Cadiz Spain! You can also learn about all of the Best Spain Beaches here.

Cadiz Spain Weather – When to Visit

Cadiz Spain benefits from warm temperatures all year around. Even if you plan to visit Cadiz in winter, you could be enjoying temperatures as high as 62°F. In fact, trips to Cadiz in January, or just before Christmas in December, are popular with those looking for winter sunshine. February is the biggest month for carnivals, with locals in fancy dress and music on every corner. Or for summer sun from June or September – the city doesn’t get too hot or too busy.

Best Cadiz Area Beaches

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Bolonia Beach

Bolonia is a dream come true for sandcastle builders. The sand dunes surrounding this beach are 30 meters high and 200 wide. A little remote, but not too hard to access. Bolonia beach is perfect for anyone looking for an oasis away from the city.

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Playa de los Alemanes

Getting to Playa de los Alemanes is a bit of a trek. Parking is limited, so arrive early. Then follow the steep rickety stone steps down to the beach and you’re in for a good time in the crystal clear waters — some of the best in all of Spain! You’re also in for some calm surf and natural pools.

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Calas de Roche

Calas de Roche has many small coves — Cala Encendida, Cala Aspero, Cala Pato, Cala Medina, and Cala Frailecillo — and are all worth a visit. The privacy that comes with these unspoiled beaches means you’re sure to find some nudism here and there. Some of the coves are a bit more popular than others so make your choice: more crowded with clothes or less so with none of the latter.

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Canos de Meca

Canos de Meca is a collection of beaches. To get the best of your visit, grab yourself a kayak and paddle your way to a private cala. A cove of your very own sounds like a great way to experience the blues and greens of the water you can find here.

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El Palmar

El Palmar is a long, beautiful beach, and depending on your preference, you can walk away from the crowds, or stay near the boardwalk and have access to all types of services. El Palmar is also great for surfing, with plenty of schools and rental spots offering their services to pros and beginners.

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Best Cadiz Spain Restaurants & Tapas Bars

Casa Manteca $11 – 30

This characterful tapas bar attracts a mix of tourists and locals, and once inside, you’ll be amazed by how many pictures are covering the walls. Enjoy creative food in a photogenic setting. Telephone: 34 956 21 36 03 Web: Casa Manteca

La Candela $11 – 30

La Candela is quirky, arty and along with delivering great flavours, the presentation of the dishes is fab too. Enjoy creative food in a photogenic setting. Telephone: 34 956 22 18 22 Web: La Candela

Mesón Cumbres Mayores  $11 – 30

Here’s one of the city’s most traditional tapas bars. It’s clad in wood and has hams hanging from the ceilings and walls. Definitely try the pork dishes. Alongside some of the pork dishes they serve delicious garlicky tomatoes. Telephone: 34 956 21 32 70 Web: Meson Cumbres Mayores

Cafe Royalty Over $30

The cafe has an enticing lunch and dinner menu, but I’d recommend stopping by mid-morning for a coffee and a plate of picatostes – fried bread covered in sugar. They’re guaranteed to give you the energy you need to continue sightseeing! Menu Telephone: 34 956 07 80 65 Web: Cafe Royalty

La Tabernita Under $10

This is a local favorite, so you’ll need to arrive before 9pm to grab one of the few tables in front of this popular tapas bar. It’s so small, there’s barely room to turn around inside! Enjoy the really great atmosphere and energy. Web: La Tabernita

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26 Comments

  1. terryiching

    WoW! Your article was a flashback to an early time in my life. I worked in Cadiz at an art foundry in the 90s, and your description of the beaches and streets brought back a lot of great memories. I hadn’t thought about Cadiz for a long time, but your article reminded of the wonderful people I met and the good times we all had. It was a town of merriment. Everyone seems to be always in a good. And after watching your video showing the ocean surrounding Cadiz, made me want to book a reservation for next month. The whole vibe of Cadiz is friendly and relaxing. Your description of Mesón Cumbres Mayores was spot on, I remember the hams hanging from the ceilings and the smells of food cooking and people laughing. It was a daily visit after work for me and my co-workers. Thanks for reminding me what a great spot Cadiz is to visit, I am going to book a visit next month.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome!  I am glad you had a chance to revisit Cadiz 🙂  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.com

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  2. Mason Sieloff

    Hello, I was wondering when you think the best times are to book vacations. Because I want to get a relatively cheap hotel and good weather but sometimes that is hard to do at the same time. So I was wondering what you would recommend. Would you recommend to go right at summertime, right before summertime, right when summer is ending. Any suggestions would greatly help.

    Thanks Mason 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Mason, I do list the best time to go in the post.  Near the top of the article under the drone video 🙂  You can look at that, and decide when is best for you.  Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. Ben

    After spending the night not far from Bolonia beach, an early morning walk was a must. Obviously out of season, as several cafes were closed and there was plenty of space in the parking lot. We joined a couple of anglers, families with small children, young surfers, and couples in the beautiful weather. The beach was clean, but it was divided by a small inlet and pool that we had to avoid. We walked along the water’s edge until we reached a dune. The climb was short and easy, but it provided a beautiful view of the bay. On the way back, we discovered a wooden walkway between the beach and the trees that led us past an archaeological site and a restaurant on our way back to the car park.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds wonderful!  Thanks for sharing your experiences in Cadiz Ben and taking the time to leave me comments!

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  4. Geoff

    Thanks for this wonderful introduction to Cadiz.

    It looks like a wonderful destination, with so many different beaches to visit.  I would want to visit several of them depending on the mood I am in.  Sometimes I like to find a secluded beach away from everywhere, or sometimes I like to be where there is a lot going on.  So this certainly is the place for me.

    Calas de Roches and El Palmer are definitely two beaches I will go to.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Geoff!  I know that I am the same way, sometimes I head to Clearwater Beach which is extremely crowded, and sometimes I like to drive down the road 15 minutes to Indian Shores or Madeira Beach.  Nice to have the choice.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  5. Alejandra

    My son is traveling to France soon and he told me he would like to visit Spain as he got one week free to visit anyplace he want to as a bonus from his job, as he is quite busy, he asked me to find a place in Spain where he could have some relax time at the same time he could visit the city and some interesting places, it looks like Cadiz, Spain has all my son is looking for. I’m sure he will love to read your article, I will forward it to him. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds like he has a great job!  And Cadiz Spain is great recommendation!  Thanks for visiting my Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain guide, glad you enjoyed 🙂

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  6. ghoshrobin

    Hi,

    The decision about where to go can be difficult, especially if you don’t know the best beaches in Europe well. Lucky you, as travel experts have gathered some favourite picks – gorgeous turquoise waters reflect off idyllic white sand beaches lined with swaying palms, which was all well researched. 

    Your other suggestion about visiting tapas bars, and shops filled with delicacies, etc., are options for anyone planning a visit. What impressed me most was your wide selection of accommodations, which again gave me many to choose from. 

    This blog post is an excellent resource for any traveller, providing clear and concise information about the city and surrounding area. 

    Cheers!

    Robin

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much Robin for visiting beach travel destinations, and taking the time to leave me comments.  I am glad you enjoyed!

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  7. Chaitanya61

    Hi Leahrae,

    You have explained very well about the Cadiz place located in Spain.  I’ve been looking into a trip to Spain and Cadiz looks like a great place to visit.  I love beaches and I love experiencing other culture.  I will bookmark this guide so I can use it for planning.   Thanks!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad my Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain guide was helpful for you.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  8. Jerry

    If I remember correctly, Cadiz is located in the southwest of Spain near Gibraltar and Seville. On that side of Spain near the Atlantic, you would have more moderate temperatures than on the east, the Mediterranian. El Palmar would definitely be my beach, although I would prefer to go to Bolonia with friends, an icebox and our own food. The tapas bar would be my number one to go to. I have been to Spain a couple of times, but never thought about Cadiz. Definitely an eyeopener.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds like a great time.  I like the idea of an ice box and your own food 🙂  I do that here all the time.  thanks for the visit to beach travel destinations, and for taking the time to leave me comments.

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  9. virginia rodriguez

    I really like your website and your article on luxury hotels in Spain. Comes in perfect timing cause I’ve really been thinking about taking a little get-away. I like all the information you provide and especially the tips. I’m going to bookmark this article because Spain is one of my destinations in mind. 

    I haven’t done much traveling but now that my sons are all grown up and it’s actually more affordable than I thought, I think it’s time for me to get my traveling on. Lol. Thank you for the tips. I will be messaging you if and when I need any help. I do have a question. Do any of these hotels have a time limit to how long you can stay?

    Virginia

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Hi Virginia, I don’t know of any time limit.  I think they’d like you to stay as long as you want 😀  Thanks for taking the time to leave me comments.  Glad you enjoyed my Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain guide.

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  10. Viki

    Hello! Thank you so much for providing me with so much information about Cadiz Spain. It made me want to learn more about it and maybe go there someday.

    Your top image really matched your website name and it could be about any beach I image it to be. I also loved how your top menu was really clean and clear and easy for me to navigate and find what I was looking for. I also liked how your trips.com ad made it readily available for me to pick a destination and see how much my trip would be.

    I really enjoyed watching and viewing the city of Cadiz Spain from the YouTube video. I was able to learn more and see the destination as if I were there. I also like your watch later or share tabs. I could share it with whomever I decided to bring with me or come back and watch the video again if I needed more time to think it over.

    You really did a great job on your page. Everything from the advertisements on your page and the descriptions of the beaches, restaurants, and tapa bars gave me more information about this place.

    My only question is are the prices you listed on the eHotellook image, do they change as the prices change in real-time? Or are those prices set in stone? If they do change, that is so cool. Also, the Twitter Fb Pinterest RSS feed, love how it follows me as I scroll up and down the page. Great Job!!!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      The pricing changes due to the time of year that you go. I generally pick a time of year (popular for vacationing) to use as a reference. The pricing will be similar though through out the year for that particular hotel. I really appreciate you taking the time to leave me such thought out comments. I am glad you enjoyed your visit to my Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain guide.

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  11. Gad

    I am happy to come again to your website. This is a nice place to learn about travel destinations to different places. It is more of a travel guide. I like the videos in your articles,. I think I must visit this website whenever I plan for a vacation. Thank you for this great information.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You’re welcome Gad, thanks for visiting beach travel destinations and taking the time to leave me comments.

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  12. Kokontala

    Hi Leahrae, I am very happy to come across the Luxury Cadiz Hotels you shared. I have never been to Spain before, but by the look of pictures of Cadiz beaches and hotels you provided, it seems to be fun to be there. Though it’s short, the video you shared is very eye-catching and drives my enthusiasm to take a tour to Cadiz beaches and hotels. This is awesome.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great, I am glad you are excited to visit Cadiz 🙂  Thank you for visiting beach travel destinations.

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  13. Gaurav Gaur

    Hi Leahrae
    Thanks for sharing your views on the luxury hotels at Cadiz Spain. Every time your information is so profound with complete information on the various beaches, their special hot spots, famous restaurants and the bars, the complete range of hotels and most important the iconic video with every post. I just go through the page in my comfort time and absorb the leisure. It’s like I visited Cadiz without even been there.
    Warm Regards,
    Gaurav Gaur

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome!  I am glad you enjoyed your visit to my Luxury Hotels Cadiz Spain.  Thanks for visiting!

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