Cadiz travel guide

Cadiz Tourism | Cadiz Guide

You're Going to Love Cadiz

With a population of 126,766, Cadiz is a must-see destination in Andalusia, Spain. It is one of the most popular cities to visit in the country. Consider staying at least one whole day in Cadiz to see all of its attractions.

When to visit Cadiz

Cadiz in December
Estimated hotel price
S$ 120
1 night at 3-star hotel
Cadiz in December
Estimated hotel price
S$ 120
1 night at 3-star hotel

Looking for warm weather? Then head to Cadiz in August, when the average temperature is 25 °C, and the highest can go up to 28 °C. The coldest month, on the other hand, is January, when it can get as cold as 10 °C, with an average temperature of 13 °C. You’re likely to see more rain in December, when precipitation is around 105 mm. In contrast, July is usually the driest month of the year in Cadiz, with an average rainfall of 0 mm.

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How to Get to Cadiz

Plane

Although Cadiz doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to La Parra Airport, Jerez (XRY), which is located 20 miles from Cadiz.

Train

Renfe is the most popular train carrier serving Cadiz, followed by AccesRail. The train journey from Cadiz to Madrid takes 3h 47m and costs around S$ 110 for a one-way ticket. When coming by train from Valencia, expect to pay about S$ 94 for a 6h 33m trip. Located 1.5 miles from the city centre, Cadiz Segunda Aguada is the busiest station in Cadiz. Another popular train station is Cádiz-Cortadura, located 3 miles from the centre.

Car

Another option to get to Cadiz is to pick up a car hire from Málaga, which is about 105 miles from Cadiz. You’ll find branches of Goldcar Rental SP and Alamo, among others, in Málaga.

Bus

Several bus lines operate bus routes to Cadiz, including Socibus, FlixBus and ALSA. From Madrid, the bus ride to Cadiz takes 430 miles and will cost you around S$ 104. From Lisbon, the ticket costs about S$ 128 for a journey of 715 miles. Cadiz’s bus station is located 1.7 miles from the city centre.

Plane

Although Cadiz doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to La Parra Airport, Jerez (XRY), which is located 20 miles from Cadiz.

Train

Renfe is the most popular train carrier serving Cadiz, followed by AccesRail. The train journey from Cadiz to Madrid takes 3h 47m and costs around S$ 110 for a one-way ticket. When coming by train from Valencia, expect to pay about S$ 94 for a 6h 33m trip. Located 1.5 miles from the city centre, Cadiz Segunda Aguada is the busiest station in Cadiz. Another popular train station is Cádiz-Cortadura, located 3 miles from the centre.

Car

Another option to get to Cadiz is to pick up a car hire from Málaga, which is about 105 miles from Cadiz. You’ll find branches of Goldcar Rental SP and Alamo, among others, in Málaga.

Bus

Several bus lines operate bus routes to Cadiz, including Socibus, FlixBus and ALSA. From Madrid, the bus ride to Cadiz takes 430 miles and will cost you around S$ 104. From Lisbon, the ticket costs about S$ 128 for a journey of 715 miles. Cadiz’s bus station is located 1.7 miles from the city centre.

Airports near Cadiz

Airlines serving Cadiz

Lufthansa
Good (4,686 reviews)
KLM
Good (843 reviews)
SWISS
Good (938 reviews)
British Airways
Good (4,724 reviews)
Delta
Good (4,465 reviews)
Austrian Airlines
Good (471 reviews)
Iberia
Good (1,599 reviews)
Air France
Good (970 reviews)
Emirates
Excellent (2,110 reviews)
Qatar Airways
Good (2,376 reviews)
Air Canada
Good (6,194 reviews)
Finnair
Good (786 reviews)
Scandinavian Airlines
Good (784 reviews)
TAP AIR PORTUGAL
Good (1,172 reviews)
Etihad Airways
Good (847 reviews)
Alaska Airlines
Excellent (5,897 reviews)
Cathay Pacific
Good (553 reviews)
Avianca
Good (1,332 reviews)
Eurowings
Good (184 reviews)
Air Europa
Good (339 reviews)
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Where to stay in Cadiz

Average rates range from around S$ 150 per night for a double room in a 3-star hotel to S$ 163 and up for a 5-star experience. If you’re on a budget, well-reviewed accommodations include South Hostel Cadiz and Casa Caracol. There are also lots of holiday rental options in Cadiz, with prices from S$ 15 to S$ 1,588 per night. La Viña is the neighbourhood with the highest amount of rentals to choose from. On average, holiday rentals in Cadiz are about 12% cheaper than a hotel room in the city.

Where to stay in popular areas of Cadiz

Most booked hotels in Cadiz

Hipotels Sherry Park
4 stars
Excellent (8.8, Excellent reviews)
S$ 114+
Hotel Jerez & Spa
4 stars
Excellent (8.6, Excellent reviews)
S$ 104+
Elba Costa Ballena Beach & Thalasso Resort
4 stars
Excellent (8.5, Excellent reviews)
S$ 139+
Hotel Cádiz Paseo del Mar, Affiliated by Meliá
4 stars
Excellent (8.5, Excellent reviews)
S$ 169+
Occidental Cádiz
4 stars
Excellent (8.4, Excellent reviews)
S$ 168+
Hotel Spa Cádiz Plaza
4 stars
Excellent (8.4, Excellent reviews)
S$ 211+

Hiring a car in Cadiz

Expect to pay S$ 2.33 per litre in Cadiz (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between S$ 27.94 and S$ 37.25. Economy (Opel Corsa or similar) is the most popular car type to hire in Cadiz, while also 64% cheaper than other types, on average.

Expect to pay S$ 2.33 per litre in Cadiz (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between S$ 27.94 and S$ 37.25. Economy (Opel Corsa or similar) is the most popular car type to hire in Cadiz, while also 64% cheaper than other types, on average.