One of the countries that springs to mind the second the word holiday is even uttered. Perhaps it’s the word being synonymous with laid back, relaxation; maybe it’s the sun kissed beaches and the tanned people that spring to mind. Whatever the answer there is no better start to any holiday in Spain than getting your hands on a rental apartment or villa property, somewhere you can call home and use as a base to get out there and discover Spain. This is where holidays in Cadiz Province really do come into their own.
Viva Espania, the land of cycle tours over its varied terrain, flamenco dancing so violent it will make your sangria vibrate. A place of adventure water sports, where you can banana boat, jet-ski, Para-sail or if that all gets too much just take the family down to one of the local restaurants for some fine tapas cuisine. Cadiz faces onto The Atlantic Ocean and is a land of urban within the countryside. This unique feature can be taken advantage of by the avid birdwatcher or animal enthusiast via a walk in this countryside.
El Puerto is a port city of dreams, perhaps built as part of a legend, in Homers 'Odyssey’ he wrote that a Grecian general had founded the city there after escaping the brutality of the Trojan War. True or false this place is the ultimate destination in Spain and picking up a holiday apartment or villa here is a prerequisite to having a solid foundation and a fun filled holiday. This was the famous port where Christopher Columbus made well his second voyage to the new World and where the first accurate map of the world was produced more than 500 years ago. Bullfighting is a national obsession and in this relatively small city, many fights are keenly contested each week in its famous 15,000 seat bullring. El Puerto has its own fancy dress Carnival just before Easter. There is an April weekend devoted to music and dance built around the World Championships of Motorcycling that also has a setting in this place of event filled energy.
Situated on the southern coast of Spain, holidays in Cadiz Province often benefit from some great Mediterranean weather. This means that you can expect to enjoy temperatures well into the eighties degrees Fahrenheit during the summer months of July to September. Even during the coldest months of January and February your Cadiz Province accommodation will still bask in temperatures around the sixties degrees Fahrenheit. Average annual rainfall amounts are around 17 inches.
There are quite a few airports surrounding the Cadiz Province of Spain. Most notably, you may wish to start your holidays in Cadiz Province off by arriving at Cadiz Airport (CDZ). This is perfectly central for your self catering accommodation. Numerous airlines fly to this part of Spain including Iberia, British Airways, BMI Baby, Ryan Air and Jet2.com. You have a good choice of UK airports to leave from including Liverpool (LPL), Exeter (EXT), London Gatwick (LGW) and Glasgow (GLA).