Plaza San Juan de Dios & Around
Broad Plaza San Juan de Dios is lined with cafes and is dominated by the imposing neoclassical ayuntamiento built around 1800. Between...
On the seaward edge of the Barrio del Pópulo is the excavated Teatro Romano, Cádiz’ most easily accessible Roman site. Its ancient stage...
A stone’s throw to the east of Cádiz cathedral, the Museo Catedralicio has an excavated medieval street and material on the Anglo-Dutch...
El Teniente Seblon
This arty, gay-friendly bar is one of the liveliest evening spots in the Barrio del Pópulo.
One of Cádiz’ most decorated and long-standing restaurants, Atxuri fuses Basque and Andalucian influences and the result is a...
El Aljibe information
Lonely Planet review
Refined restaurant upstairs and supercool tapas bar downstairs, El Aljibe on its own is almost reason enough to come to Cádiz. The cuisine developed by gaditano chef Pablo Grosso is a delicious combination of the traditional and the adventurous – goat's cheese on nut bread with blueberry sauce, courgette and prawn lasagna…you get the drift?