PTV B - Cadiz


Built on a narrow spit of land, Cadiz is accessed by a single road over the sea, which gives it a magical air. Columbus set out from here twice on his voyages to the New World.

The city's golden age was during the 18th century and this is evident in the architecture of its rambling old town, a maze of lanes and broader streets. Bars, cafes and many of the shops have a wonderful ‘vintage’ feel to them.