Castillo De San Sebastian

Castillo De San Sebastian

After years the Castillo de San Sebastian have being used as a military installation, the polygonal fort built in 1706 on a small islet and attached to a stone walkway to Playa de la Caleta has now made the site a tourist haven. Restrictions are placed visiting hours...
Plaza Topete

Plaza Topete

The Plaza Topete or the Topete Square is Cadiz most intimate and it’s often called Plaza de las Flores (Square of the flowers) which is about 250m northwest of the cathedral. On the side of the renovated Mercado Central de Abastos (Fresh Market) , which was...
Puerta De Tierra

Puerta De Tierra

The gigantic 18th-century Puerta de Tierra (Lands Gate) shades the southeastern (and only land) passage to the ancient town of Cádiz’. Here you can move through the upper fortifications and defence tower, where Spanish- and English-language panels can be seen...
Museo De Las Cortes

Museo De Las Cortes

The remodeled Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz is filled with relics of the revolutionary 1812 Cádiz parliament. The major part the art that attracts you is the huge, marvellously detailed model of 18th-century Cádiz, moulded in mahogany and ivory by Alfonso Ximénez...
Cadiz Roman Theatre

Cadiz Roman Theatre

On the seaward edge of the Barrio del Pópulo is Cádiz’ Roman theatre. However the theatre has been closed for renovation works, part of its adjacent is visible, and that’s part of the recently reopened Centro de Interpretación del Teatro Romano . Close...