Founded in 1100 BC by the Phoenicians, Cadiz is the oldest city in Europe. It’s also famous for being the launch point of Christopher Columbus’ second voyage to America (1493-1496).
The fascinating history is deeply ingrained in the atmosphere and architecture of this marvelous place.
The old part of the city, El Casco Antiguo, with its cobbled streets, white-washed houses, delightful plazas, and charming architecture is an amazing place to explore.
If you travel along the Cost of Light (Costa de la Luz) you will discover a lot of quaint fishing villages that still retain the enchanting atmosphere of the old days and maintain their ancient traditions.