Cádiz is one of the most historic cities. It is one of the oldest cities in the West, founded by the Phoenicians more than 3100 years ago. In addition, Hannibal departed from Cadiz towards conquering Italy in 219. Centuries later, conquerers such as Christopher Columbus and Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca (discoverer of the Iguazú Falls) also began their journey from the ports of Cádiz. It should be noted that Cádiz was also the city in which the first Spanish Constitution was established in 1812.
It is a tourist city par excellence, famous for its cuisine, its beaches and its festivals. One of the highlights of the city is the Cadiz Carnival, one of the most important carnivals in Spain and declared a Festival of International Tourist Interest.
In addition, Cádiz is a great centre for cultural tourism. For instance, you can visit the Municipal Historical Museum of Cadiz, the Tavira Tower and the San Felipe Neri Oratory, or discover monuments such as the cathedral, the Roman theater and the Monument to the Cortes and the 1812 constitution.
And remember, we are the closest city to Cádiz, only 10 km from the city centre. We are directly connected to it via a well-marked highway. It can be reached in less than 10 minutes by car.
If you wish to take the train, the San Fernando train station is 300 metres from the hotel. With commuter trains throughout the day, forget about driving. This is the best and quickest way to get to and from Cádiz. See for yourself.