Located in the South of Spain Cadiz, Spain
is a part of the autonomous region of Andalusian . It has a partly Mediterranean and a partly Atlantic climate with warm summers and moderate winters.
Rainfall is average but the weather is often windy. The main sources of income in Cadiz, Spain are fishing, commerce and tourism which has recently gained pace. The popularity of Cadiz, Spain as a tourist destination is a recent phenomenon. Tourists are mainly attracted to the long stretches of sandy beaches beside the blue waters, the moderate climate and above all the peace as Cadiz, Spain is still comparatively silent and crowd free. The peaceful countryside with brown mountains dotted with small white villages acts a a perfect retreating destination.
The main places that are major crowd pullers in Cadiz, Spain include:
- Puerta Tierra
- San Sebastian castle
- Santa Catalina Castle
- Baluarte de la Candelaria
- Torre Tavira
- Teatro Romano
- Arco de los Blancos
The historical past of Cadiz, Spain is reflected in the buildings, squares and monuments of the city. In spite of being the administrative center the city has not lost its small town charm. Cadiz, Spain have very earnestly retained its traditions and heritage. Most of the Spanish towns have their own carnival seasons but none can compete with the one in Cadiz. The month of February is when the carnival takes place and it is inaugurated with a competition of popular satirical songs. The people wear colorful and fancy dresses and head dresses and listen to the songs and a special brand of humor of the choir.