Cádiz Gay Travel
Cádiz gay travel advice you won’t find anywhere else. This small city in the very south of Spain is one of the oldest in Europe…and it’s gay-friendly too!
The Gay Travel Experience: Cádiz, Spain
A laid-back vacation destination for anyone, Cádiz welcomes travelers of all shapes and sizes. The people of Cádiz were warm and friendly. I felt right at home. In the very south of Spain, Cadiz is a great city to visit through the summer and into September or early October.
Gay Cádiz: Where to Stay
Things to Do in Cádiz for the Gay Traveler
Along this promenade there are several parks with beautiful tile work and gardens. You can also take a look at the old cannons and lookout points. Also, don’t forget to check out Parque Genoves.
Take a stroll through Plaza España, a cute part of town in the center of the old city with a historic monument of Cádiz’s establishment. It’s quite pretty and great for a photo. The number 1-line bus also starts/terminates here at the nearby bus stop.
The Cádiz Old City
The best beach for swimming is Playa Victoria, south of the Old City closer to the main hospital. The water is clear and the shoreline is free of seaweed. There is a restaurant down on the shore and wash-off facilities near the entrance.
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Be careful of tourist trap restaurants! Cádiz is a vacation destination and many restaurants will charge higher than reasonable prices for (usually poor quality) food. You can tell this quite easily. If a plate of food costs 15 Euros at a sidewalk restaurant, you’re paying too much. If you seek out local places and walk inside, you‘ll see prices for about half that amount.
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