Hop on a bike and explore this historic city of various civilizations, from the majestic city gates to the sandy beaches. During this 4-hour tour your guide will take you through the old and the new towns and show you many of the hidden gems of Cadiz.
What to Expect
Join this one-of-a-kind experience and explore the oldest city in Europe on a 4-hour bike tour. Your guide will take you on a thrilling 3,000-year journey from the days of the Phoenicians to the Moors and show you the hidden gems of Cadiz.
Admire the majestic city gates of Puerta de Tierra that stand between the old city and the new. Visit long sandy beaches that remain exclusive to the new part of town, such as the Playa de las Mujeres.
Your multilingual guide will lead you to the colorful Campo Sur, the district that has a striking resemblance to La Havana. See the Royal prison, a 16th-century Renaissance structure, and the Roman theater, the second largest of its kind in the world.
Next, marvel at the romantic seafront promenade of La Alameda Apodaca and the amazing La Caleta Beach. On the bike tour you’ll also ride to Genoves Park, the most beautiful park in Cadiz, built in the Rococco style. Just a stone’s throw away are the biggest trees in Cadiz, dating to the time of Christopher Columbus.
Your guide will tell you about the legends of the Cadiz carnival in front of the Falla Theatre, home to the biggest carnival contest in the city. You’ll emerge in the heart of the historical center, where the atmospheric narrow streets reflect a strong Arabic heritage. The Cathedral of Cadiz is sure to grab your attention with its unique architectural mix of Barroque, Roccoco, and Neo Classical styles.
Learn about the historical importance of Cadiz in Spain at Plaza España. Along Calle Ancha, the palaces are testament to the huge role Cadiz played during the New World era.
Your bike tour ends in Plaza San Juan de Dios, where you will enjoy some refreshments.
- Local guide
Cadiz bus and train station
Know Before You Go
• Be sure to wear comfortable clothing, footweater, a hat, and sunglasses
• Minors must be accompanied by an adult