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  • Chefchaouen marocko blue city

    When I was doing my Erasmus in the Spanish city of Cádiz, me and a friend of mine planed this trip to Chefchaouen, the blu city in Marocko. There are many cheap flights from Secvilla to Fez or Marakesh, we got ours for 10€ (crazy)!! The flight was only one hour from...

    0 by Alexandra, in What to do Cadiz, one year ago
  • Playa Santa Maria

    The playa de Santa Maria is the longest sand beach located in the city of Cádiz. I really loved it because of the long walks I took there when I was studying as an Erasmus. It is very long and wide and has many restaurants and cafes that you can enjoy each time of the...

    0 by Alexandra, in What to see Cadiz, one year ago
  • La Candela

    At the corner of an alley, in the centre of Cádiz, is the tapas bar La Candela. By pushing the doors of the restaurant, it was a real surprise facing the blends of style, the higher bidding! Yet, it may not look like much seen from outside, no terrace nor ambient...

    0 by Camille, in Where to eat Cadiz, 2 years ago
  • Mercado central

    Are you in Cádiz, spending time at the beach and feeling a bit peckish? No, not tapas, not restaurants, but a market. You'll find the "mercado central" in the centre of the city and here you can buy the freshest vegetables, the best fish, meat, and freshly baked bread,...

    0 by -, in Where to eat Cadiz, 2 years ago
  • PROYECTARTE

    You can learn here in a fun creative and efective way. Learn spanish, but also creative writing, painting, sign language..... This is a non profit organaisation so the courses are cheaper and the methodology is non-formal education. Here they also make projects about...

    0 by Irene, in What to do Cadiz, 3 years ago
  • Las Palomas

    Everyone is so friendly at this bar. There is free wifi and it's a very good connection. They serve good food from a large menu. There's a football theme. Also they have flamenco or other performances every weekend. Good as a cafe by day and a bar by night ... defo...

    0 by win, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Cadiz, 4 years ago
  • Top Coffee Shop

    A coffee shop with free Wi-Fi and flavored coffees and chocolates, plus natural juices shakes and smoothies with a young atmosphere and at very cheap prices. The site meeting of Erasmus in Cadiz to chat, study, connect to the internet. Next to the Train station and...

    0 by Alberto, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Cadiz, 5 years ago
  • Torre Tavira

    I have now visited the tower twice in my time in Cádiz, once with my father and brother, then again more recently with my friends here. Claire has always wanted to go up the tower but is afraid of heights so hadn’t got around to doing it yet, but as she is leaving us...

    0 by Anonymous, in What to see Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Mina Square Tapas

    This little tapas bar only recently opened, so we hadn’t tried it until the other day, feeling a little peckish, with no food in the house and no inclination to go very far Kath, Claire, Anissa and I headed downstairs and out into Plaza de Mina for some food, there...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • La Tienda de Vélez

    La Tienda de Vélez is the third restaurant owned by the Vélez brothers in Cádiz. It is handily located on the number one bus route, almost exactly opposite the Playa Victoria Hotel, so is very easy to find. However its location means that it of course doesn’t have...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Avenida 28

    After Balandro quickly became our favourite restaurant in Cádiz, we decided to check out some of the restaurants owned by the same people, in hope that they offered similarly great food. We copied the list from the back of the Balandro menu and resolved to try out all...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Aki Te Quiero

    Aki Te Quiero is the club on La Punta that we visit most often and out of them all it is probably safe to say that it is our favourite. Aki Te Quiero seems to be open every night, which is grand, although on some of the quiet nights where only a few of the other clubs...

    0 by Anonymous, in Erasmus party Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • O'Connells Irish Pub

    Irish Pub in Cádiz O’Connells is the Irish pub located in Plaza San Fransisco, so far it is the only one that I have found in Cádiz, there always seems to be at least one in every Spanish city. Of course this has become an instant hit with the people from England,...

    0 by Anonymous, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Gotinga

    Geo and Verity had been to Gotinga’s several times and highly recommend it, so when the rest of my flat were going, who was I to say no to the invite? I had high hopes due to all the hype that I had heard about it, there have been so many times where I have just...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Cartelera Cine Multicines El Centro

    We had decided that we wanted to watch the new James Bond film, Skyfall, so instead of heading over to the cinema in El Corte Ingles we decided to visit the cinema in the old town. We popped in to the sweet shop just opposite to pick up some supplies for the film and...

    0 by Anonymous, in What to see Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • La Calle

    After heading to La Playa Victoria to watch the sun set we fancied something to eat and a drink so we wandered along the sea front in search of somewhere nice to eat where we could still enjoy the view. Lots of places still seemed closed or not what we were after, we...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Balandro Restaurant

    We had tried to book for Balandro twice before, both times were Friday nights and so the restaurant was full. This time we intended to visit on a Tuesday, however we were going for Tapas as that it was what the Birthday Girl (Sophie) wanted. We tried to book as there...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Buda Feliz

    After moaning for several weeks about how I hadn’t seen a Chinese Restaurant at all in Cádiz Emma decided that she would like to go to one for her birthday. A quick Google search revealed that there were, in fact, several Chinese restaurants in Cádiz with some being...

    0 by Anonymous, in Where to eat Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • Teteria de Buda

    We were tempted in by a man outside telling us that mojitos were on offer for €3 and that at 11 pm there would be a performance from a very good Egyptian belly dancer, we were sold! Entering the bar there was the very distinctive shisha aroma, with several groups of...

    0 by Anonymous, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Cadiz, 6 years ago
  • La Caleta

    In the old part of Cádiz La Caleta is the main beach. It isn't as large as some of the beaches in the new part of Cádiz, but it is lovely all the same. There are sunbeds available to rent for €5 for the day, they come with a parasol. Most spaniards bring their own...

    0 by Anonymous, in What to see Cadiz, 6 years ago

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