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  • Where to pick up your car

    The most popular car hire locations in Cadiz are Cadiz train station and near the ferry port.

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    The most popular car rental brands in Cadiz are Europcar, Alamo, Dollar, Atesa and Hertz.

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    Warmest month: July (25°C)
    Coldest month: January (13°C)

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Hire a car in Cadiz

One of the oldest inhabited cities in the western world, Cadiz is a cradle of history.

Founded in 1100 BC, Cadiz isn’t afraid to name drop the heavy hitters, like Hannibal, Julius Caesar and Columbus, who have some historic connection to the city. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, it was once an important trading post and wealthy port, though today Cadiz carries a far more relaxed atmosphere. Yet, the city’s golden domed cathedral and annual carnival remain a mesmerizing sight.

From Cadiz, you can take off down the Costa del Sol or through the region’s Pueblos Blancos. Search with easyCar to make the most of your Andalusian escape.

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Pueblos Blancos

Scattered across the Andalusian landscape, the string of small and large whitewashed villages have become an iconic sight. All vibrantly stand out against their surroundings, but each holds its own little bit of magic. Here are few villages to plot on your road trip map from Cadiz.

Spotlessly white, Grazalema has a majestic mountain charm. Set into the Parque Natural Sierra de Grazalema, the village is a popular base for hikers.

Vejer de la Frontera is one of the dreamiest Pueblos Blancos. A designated historic-artistic site, its invigorating atmosphere does more than just wow visitors.

Built into the sides and underbelly of the surrounding cliffs, Setenil de las Bodegas is a particularly unique village worth stopping off at. Here, rocky overhangs create tight alleyways lined by the white dwellings with rock roofs.

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Points of interest near Cadiz

  • Cadiz

    An ancient port city which once featured over 100 watchtowers.

  • La Garganta Verde

    This canyon offers great day hikes, following ravines and gorges while griffon vultures fly over head.

  • Parque Nacional de Doñana

    From pine forests and sand dunes to wetlands, this is one of Spain’s best national parks.

  • Sanlúcar de Barrameda

    One of the points on the Sherry Triangle, the town is known for its sweet manzanilla wine and famous horse races.

  • Gibraltar

    This fortified city and great hunk of rock still blends together a strong sense of Britishness with a sprinkling of Spanish.

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