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Reviews of our apartments in Cádiz Province

We have 10 reviews of our apartments in Cádiz Province.

2 bedroom apartment to rent in Cádiz Province, Spain
February 2019

Within 10 minutes walk of the town and two beaches and with a large terrace for sunbathing the property was all that we were looking for. The apartment was clean and well fitted and the owners were unobtrusive but helpful if needed.

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Renter: Alan
Alan Couple from Huntingdon, Cambs, United Kingdom
2 bedroom La Janda apartment to rent
September 2018

Great location with beautiful views of the coast. Good beds and plenty of space in the two built-in wardrobes. Unfortunately, hardly any storage space in the bathroom and not enough towel rack. Kitchen adequate, no dishwasher and the cover of the cabinet on the ground loose, unfortunately not clean. No wine glasses, no corkscrew, no dishwashing brush. Management of the apartment in Conil (XXX) very nice and helpful, always available and has helped us great with TV and wireless.

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Renter: Verena Ina K.
Verena Ina K.
2 bedroom Costa Noroeste holiday apartment rental with swimming pool
August 2017

We have been 2 weeks and everything has gone terrific. Very spacious apartment, with basic but sufficient furniture. Beds and mattresses in perfect condition. XXX (who took care of us) was very attentive, kind and always willing. The perfect urbanization to go with small children but a little far to go to the beach, we always went by bike. Area in general very familiar.

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Renter: Marta
2 bedroom Costa Noroeste holiday apartment rental with swimming pool
June 2017

Apartment very comfortable, quiet, overlooking the pool, ideal for family, I liked it very much, the only hits the beds, the mattresses have to change yaa, otherwise mr has loved

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Renter: Ines
2 bedroom Costa Noroeste holiday apartment rental with swimming pool
September 2016

Closed urbanization with two swimming pools and paddle tennis courts. Little distance from the beach and tranquility guaranteed. The apartment is large and with two orientations that give it a draft that enlivens the summer heat.

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Renter: Jose
2 bedroom Costa Noroeste holiday apartment rental with swimming pool
August 2015

Very good treatment of staff. For the price of the apartment we believe that they would have to have more comfortable mattresses and pillows. The mattress makes a lot of noise, even those of the girls. We have missed a double bed, and a few sets of spare sheets. It is also true that we have not commented anything to Isabel about the sheets, she would have brought them to us. Apart from this we have been very comfortable. All the staff of the enclosure is magnificent and the place a paradise.

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Renter: Julián

Travel guide

Apartments in the province of Cadiz

Nestled between the provinces of Seville to the north and Malaga to the east, Cadiz Province lies in the south of Andalucia, where the sparkling Atlantic meets the golden beaches of the Mediterranean. Direct flights from the UK to Jerez, the heart of Cadiz Province are available, however Gibraltar to the south is the nearest and largest airport, where a short 16-minute car journey north will take you to La Linea, stretching along the coast. Those looking for a mix of beaches and sightseeing are in luck when it comes to Cadiz, where you'll find the best of both worlds.

Cadiz Province is often referred to as Europe’s gateway to Africa, while its capital is said to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Western Europe. Travel back in time to 1100 BC when this incredible region was discovered by the Phoenicians who named the province 'Gadir'. Along with the Romans, they leave behind a wealth of ancient remains, from the 18th century Torre Tavira watch tower, to a recently discovered Roman aqueduct. The historic, cobbled streets of Cadiz have a nostalgic charm that can't quite be matched anywhere else in Spain.

Discover a varied landscape adorned with freshwater lakes, Blue Flag golden sand beaches, fishing ports, marshes and inlets. Traditional whitewashed villages are dotted around the region, their winding lanes filled with the scent of sea breeze. The natural parks boast some beautiful picnic spots and hiking and biking trails, while the subtropical climate is perfect for exploring the unspoiled terrain, rich in fir forests, narrow valleys and local wildlife.

Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the natural beauty of Bornos - declared a Historical Site, with remains that span over 3000 years. Its reservoir runs right down to Los Sauces by the coast, and provides postcard views of Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and mountain range. The Guadalete River stretches 172 km from Sierra de Granzalema to the Bay of Cadiz. From here, take in breathtaking views from the Bridge of San Miguel and Arcos de la Fontera town.

Our holiday rentals in Cadiz offer a diverse choice, with beautiful properties in the heart of it all. Choose modern apartments, with coastal views of the Atlantic and Alboran Sea. Rent apartments near the golf, Natural Parks and historic city centre, where the ancient walls and remains tell stories of a fascinating past civilisation. 

Key holiday info

  • Direct flights from the UK to Jerez or Gibraltar airports take just under 3 hours.
  • The average daytime temperature in summer is 28°C. Winter temperatures may drop to 14°C.
  • The average sea temperature in summer is 24°C and 17°C in Winter.
  • With 20 rainy days in average, November and December are the wettest months of the year. Summer months, on the other hand, have very little to no rainfall.
  • Practice your swing over a game or two on the Sherry Golf course in Jerez, on the southern outskirts of the city.

A beginner's guide to renting an apartment in Cadiz Province

Cadiz Province offers the best of both worlds, boasting fine golden beaches, a diverse countryside landscape perfect for hiking and cycling, and ancient cities dotted with museums, authentic Spanish tapas bars and historic relics. It is bordered by the provinces of Huelva, Seville, and Malaga, as well as the Atlantic Ocean.

The stretch of coastline from San Diego (San Roque), to Chipiona’s Lighthouse offers an array of quiet beaches and bays, some boasting Blue Flag status. La Caleta cove, at the far end of the Cádiz peninsula, is popular for its castle views and spectacular sunsets, having inspired many famous Spanish musicians, artists and poets. Blue Flag La Victoria Beach in Cádiz City is popular with locals, offering a wide promenade boasting modern facilities, restaurants and beach bars, with opportunities for water sports, beach rugby and volleyball. There is also an outdoor cinema.

Cádiz is home to five Natural Parks that stretch from Ronda’s inland region to Jerez de la Frontera on the coast. From the rocky hills of the north to the water reservoirs of the south, explore over 2000 km of unspoiled countryside. Sierra de Grazalema was made a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and was the first Natural Park in Andalucia.

Home to one of the oldest cities in Western Europe, Cádiz offers a wealth of historical and cultural gems. The Museum of Cádiz, in Plaza de Mina square, exhibits fascinating Roman and Phoenician relics, with a floor for archaeology, art and puppets. The Museo Arqueologico Municipal de Jerez de la Frontera on the Plaza del Mercado, is a fascinating trip back in time to when the Romans and Phoenicians ruled the region. The Castle of San Sebastián on a small inlet at the end of La Caleta beach, is open to the public, used as an exhibition area and concert venue in the summer.

Jerez de la Frontera is nestled inland, some 15km north from Puerto Real. A combination of Flamenco festivals, tapas, bullrings and wine provides a quintessential Spanish experience that should have you shouting "Ole!" as soon as you land your foot on Spanish soil. Walk the Plaza del Mamelon to Alcazar - the ancient remains of a Moorish fortress, with ancient Arabic baths, a 14th century watch tower and Mosque.

Did you know...

  • The quiet beaches along the reservoir banks and hilly landscape of the natural parks are perfect spots for picnics and scenic walks.
  • La Linea is the Spanish city bordering Gibraltar, with a maze of narrow streets. Stick to the roads along the coast for the most picturesque routes.
  • Gibraltar is a BOT (British Overseas Territory).
  • Cadiz Carnival is the most popular carnival in mainland Spain, with over 2 weeks of colourful street celebrations.
  • July is the sunniest month of the year, with an average of 14 hours daily sunshine.
  • Cadiz's cities boast modern shopping outlets and malls, to traditional, rustic markets.