A little Cadiz street doubling-up as a bar and leading to Alameda Apodaca coastal walk, el Centro, the old town.
Cadiz is a little off Spain’s beaten tourist track and all the better for it, with less brain-dead, sand ‘n’ sangria tourism, less greedy overdevelopment, more cultural attractions, more fine old buildings, an excellent, easy-going lifestyle and amiable natives.
BTW, we haven’t bothered with pictures of new town buildings as you’ve seen that bland modern style before. We stayed in the old town and recommend it for interesting life, culture and great wanderings. But if you’ve come for the beaches then best to stay in the new town.
A tiny tapas bar in Barrio de la Viña, Cadiz old town.