Holidays in Cadiz are perfect for families and couples looking to spend some quality time together. Transfers from Jerez de la Frontera take approximately 50 minutes, meaning you have plenty of time to take in the scenery of Costa de la Luz. You also get to have an understanding of the location of the resort should you decide to visit other areas. The beaches in the resort are rarely crowded, which is surprising when you see the cool blue waters and fine pale sands. You will find hotels, apartments and hostels in Cadiz. The hotels mainly range from 2-4-star and have all of the facilities required. Apartments all offer a self-catering option with a kitchenette and other facilities needed. Flights to Jerez de la Frontera take approximately 3 hours.
Cadiz has a brilliant breeze sweeping through it, meaning that water sports such as windsurfing are even better. You can also try sailing and surfing while you are here. Jet-skiing, water skiing, snorkelling and scuba diving are all also available in the resort at the beach. There is plenty of walking to be done in the resort as there are so many sights to go and see. There are many castles, cathedrals, churches, museums and natural parks to admire. The Cadiz Carnival is held every year before Lent and is said to be the most amusing and enjoyable carnival in Spain. There are many Roman remains in the resort which make it even more authentic and interesting. Up in the mountains, there are even more activities to be done such as horse-riding, camping, cycling, bungee jumping and hand gliding. Golf is also very popular in the resort.
The restaurant cuisines in Cadiz are predominately Spanish. You will find a lot of seafood in many of the restaurants. Crab, lobster and sardines are all favourites in the area. You will also find Chinese, Italian and British options if you choose. There is not much nightlife in the area apart from the restaurants. Many people choose to take an evening walk, especially at sunset. There are a few bars in the area, however they are not open until the early hours of the morning. They all have music and a friendly atmosphere for both tourists and locals. There are shops in the area offering clothing, shoes, jewellery,and souvenirs. Public transport in the area is good with many buses taking you to and from other resorts and taking you around Cadiz itself. There are also quite a few taxis offering cheap rates.
Cadiz's coldest temperature, in January, is around 17°C. The warmest temperatures come in August and are around 30°C. During the summer months, you will get 12 hours of sunshine a day along with warm water temperatures, meaning that water sports become very popular. There is a gentle breeze sweeping across from the Atlantic making the heat comfortable and bearable. During the summer months, the evening temperatures are still around 15-20°C so if you can, it is advisable to book accommodation with air conditioning. During the evenings in winter, the temperature still rarely drops below 10°C meaning whatever time of year you come, you are likely to have a warm holiday. From late September to early October, you may find some rain but this does not last very long. There are still 7 hours of sunshine a day during the winter months meaning you still have a perfect climate to holiday in.