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Hotels in Cádiz & Cádiz Province, Andalucia, Southern Spain

Cádiz - The Costa de la Luz (Coast of light) is the western part of the Andalucía coastline that faces out to the Atlantic - the coastline of the province of Cádiz.  Cádiz is among the oldest settlements in Spain, founded about 1100 BC by the Phoenicians and one of the country's principal ports ever since. Its greatest period, however, and the era from which the central part of town takes most of its present appearance, was the eighteenth century. Then, with the silting up of the river to Sevilla, the port enjoyed a virtual monopoly on the Spanish-American trade in gold and silver, and on its proceeds were built the cathedral - itself golden-domed (in colour at least) and almost Oriental when seen from the sea - the public halls and offices, and the smaller churches.  View featured hotels
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Hotels in Cadiz & Cadiz Province:

Cadiz Province - Cadiz - Algeciras - Arcos de la Frontera -
Chiclana de la Frontera - Conil de la Frontera -
Costa Ballena (Rota) - Grazalema - Jerez de la Frontera -
Línea de la Concepción - Los Barrios -
Puerto de Santa María - San Fernando - Tarifa

Travel Reading on Cádiz and the Costa de la Luz:
Algeciras - Gateway to Andalucia
Cadiz Tourist Information
Chill out on the beach in Tarifa, Spain
Costa de la Luz Tourist Information
Spain's Prettiest town: Arcos de la Frontera
The White Villages Of Cadiz - An Archaeological Route
This is about Rota, Spain
Visit the Historic Town of Jerez de la Frontera in Andalucia


Cadiz Tourist Information   by Gary Cotter
The historic city of Cadiz is situated on the end of a narrow, rocky peninsular jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. 

According to legend Cadiz was founded by Hercules, although in reality the Phoenicians first established a settlement here around 1100BC, making this one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Europe. The Carthaginians, Romans, Visigoths and Moors all came and went, but it was not until the 18th century that Cadiz enjoyed its greatest period of wealth when it became an important centre for trade with the New World. Many of the town's fine neo-classical buildings were built during this time... read more

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Hotel Monte Puertatierra Hotel Monte Puertatierra, Cádiz
Opened in 1993 and built in a neo-classical style, the Hotel Monte Puertatierra is located on the main avenue in Cadiz and lies 500 meters from Santa Maria del Mar beach.  Guests can play a set or two of tennis on the onsite court before sampling traditional Spanish cuisine in the hotel restaurant.  The hotel's cafeteria serves tapas, traditional dishes and delicious cakes. Alternatively, room service is available for guests wishing to take meal or refreshments in their room.  Those keen to venture out can find many examples of Cadiz's famous Baroque and Neo-Classical architecture close to the hotel; these include the Royal Prison and Casa Lasquetty, both less than a kilometer away. The hotel is 45 kilometers from Jerez de la Frontera Airport.
Parador de Cádiz Parador de Cádiz, Cádiz
A modern holiday complex located in Cadiz’s old town next to the Genovés park. It overlooks the sea with a spectacular view over the Gaditana bay.  It is in the residential zone of the city, surrounded by palm trees. The hotel is an ideal starting point for exploring the entire region; from here you explore the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos (tour of the white villages), the bull and wine routes, as well as the fishing villages dotted along its extensive coastline. There are many activities you can take part in outside of the hotel including boat trips or tours of the region. During the summer the hotel also organises entertainment for adults: ballroom dancing to a live orchestra, magic shows, live music and various other shows every day of the week, as well as children’s entertainment. In winter there are live piano recitals to liven up the evenings. 
TRYP Cádiz La Caleta Hotel TRYP Cádiz La Caleta Hotel, Cádiz
The beachfront Tryp la Caleta is located in Cadiz, Spain, 2.5 kilometres from the city centre. The historic city walls are two kilometres away, the 18th-century Cathedral is 2.5 kilometres away, and San Sebastian Castle is 3.5 kilometres from the hotel. The nearest train station is situated 2.5 kilometres away. The Tryp la Caleta is housed in a modern nine-storey property and is directly on the beach along the Victoria Promenade. Guests can surf the web via wireless internet access, and make use of the laundry facilities and room service. Those arriving by car will find parking available onsite for a surcharge. 
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Algeciras is a port city in the south of Spain, and is the largest urban area on the Bay of Gibraltar (in Spanish, the Bahía de Algeciras). It is the busiest port in Spain. It is situated on the Río de la Miel 20 km north of Tarifa, which is the southernmost town of the Iberian peninsula. It has a population in 2007 of 112,937 people.  Algeciras is principally a transport hub and industrial city. 

Its principal activities are connected with the port, which serves as the main embarkation point between Spain and Tangier and other ports in Morocco as well as the Canary Islands and the Spanish enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla. It is ranked as the 16th busiest port in the world. The city also has a substantial fishing industry and exports a range of agricultural products from the surrounding area, including cereals, tobacco and farm animals.

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More Reading on Algeciras: Algeciras - Gateway to Andalucia by Nick Nutter
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AC Hotel Algeciras, a Marriott Lifestyle Hotel AC Hotel Algeciras, a Marriott Lifestyle Hotel, Algeciras
The modern Hotel AC Algeciras is located opposite the Bay of Algeciras with views of the Straits of Gibraltar, one kilometre from the beach and city centre.  Its strategic location offers magnificent views and also make it the ideal place for shopping trips or visits to Gibraltar, Ceuta, guided tours of Tangiers and Tetuán, as well as providing easy access to the Sotogrande golf courses.  The restaurant has an innovative design reflecting restrained elegance, simplicity and an avant-garde design.  The wine cellar features the unrivalled wines of the Jerez region.  When you enter your room, you will feel like you have entered into a place deigned to help you rest, like the four pillows on your bed.
Globales Reina Cristina Hotel Globales Reina Cristina Hotel, Algeciras
Located in Algeciras on Spain's Costa del Sol, the Reina Cristina is a traditional Victorian-style hotel built in 1901 with 50,000 square meters of mature gardens.  Set around a central patio, the hotel has a colonial feel, with its ornate wrought iron balconies, marble columns and period furniture in the lounge areas.  Guests can enjoy a relaxing drink by the outdoor swimming pool, have a workout in the gym or play tennis on one of two courts. The hotel's extensive gardens have jogging and walking trails and there is also a pool table and TV room.   The 188 air conditioned guestrooms have a light, neutral décor and all include balconies, safes, telephones and satellite television.
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Spain's Prettiest town: Arcos de la Frontera   by Paul Herman
Deep in the south of Spain's southernmost province, Cadiz, hidden in the Gatidano mountain range, is Arcos de la Frontera the prettiest town in Spain. Although the old walled town of Arcos only holds 4000 people & is lost in a valley hidden in the mountains, its place in Spanish history is important because of the town's strategic placement in Catholic Spain's long struggle against the Moorish kingdom. Boabdil, the last Moorish king, finally fell in 1492, the same year Columbus sailed west for India. At Cadiz's tip, near Arcos de la Frontera, Africa looms large across a bit of water that seems a mere swim away... read more
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Hacienda el Santiscal Hotel Hacienda el Santiscal Hotel, Historic Rural Hotel, Arcos de la Frontera
Our hotel is located in Arcos de la Frontera, a historical town and the capital of the "Pueblos Blancos" (White Towns), near the Grazalema Nature Reserve, declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. Arcos de la Frontera is one of the prettiest towns in Spain.  The very name of this exquisitely restored and noble 15th century house evokes a sense of romance and adventure as profound as the Spanish Golden Age itself.  The hotel has seven double rooms, three Junior Suites and two Suites with a lounge and fireplace or private terrace.  All the rooms have private remote-controlled air conditioning/heating and fully equipped bathrooms with hair dryer and welcoming products.
La Casa Grande La Casa Grande, Rural Hotel, Arcos de la Frontera
La Casa Grande, a splendid 18th century mansion built in 1729, dominates the views over a vast plain and the mountains of Sierra de Cadiz from its setting at the cliff's edge in Arcos de la Frontera. Its present owners have transformed this old palace into a quiet guest house, maintaining all its personality and rustic spirit (original terracota floors, ancient wooden beams, stone columns, hand-woven bedspreads and carpets and whitewashed walls) without compromising in comfort (ensuite bathrooms, air-conditioning, TV and phone).
Parador de Arcos de la Frontera Parador de Arcos de la Frontera, Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz
Located on the banks of the Guadalete, this parador, formerly the Casa del Correidor, has an impressive panoramic view of the fertile plain of the river and of the old part of Arcos de la Frontera.  The ample rooms are decorated in Andalusian style, some even have a tiled stone-seat. Some rooms have a terrace with views to the river and the rest to the main square or the town church. All of them are fully equipped including full bathroom.  The restaurant is a large room with wide windows overlooking the river. It features wooden beams, white arches, typical lanterns, solid wooden chairs and tables covered by white tablecloths. In a friendly atmosphere the restaurant offers the characteristic dishes of the Sierra region...
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