Playa de la Caleta
Hugging the western side of the Barrio de la Viña, this small, popular city beach catches the eye with its mock-Moorish balneario ...
Castillo de Santa Catalina
The Castillo de Santa Catalina was built after the Anglo-Dutch sacking of the city in 1596; it's now a cultural and art exhibition...
Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz
The remodelled Museo de las Cortes de Cádiz is full of memorabilia of the revolutionary 1812 Cádiz parliament. One exhibit jumps out at...
A bookish cafe-bar encased in what appears to be the rusty hulk of an old ship overlooking Playa de la Caleta, with coffee, pastries,...
The hub of La Viña's Carnaval fun, with every inch of its walls covered in flamenco, bullfighting and Carnaval memorabilia, Casa Manteca...
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Bar Balneario information
Most of the eateries in the Barrio de la Viña are pretty informal places in keeping with its working-class roots, but Bar Balneario has a touch of class. Perhaps that’s why it’s almost always full, but it could also be the arroz señorito (rice with peeled seafood) or arroz negro (black rice, cooked in squid ink). Service is fast and friendly.