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The province has a great variety of natural spaces with a diversity of resources and fauna that is threatened. Your group with bus or minibus rented with driver around Cádiz can start with a trip to see the six nature parks that you can find in this province. Of them we especially like Nature Park of the Alcornocales (Parque Natural de los Alcornocales) with its mountain streams and is spread between the provinces of Málaga and Cádiz. It is considered one of the the ten marvels of Europe. You also have Nature Park of the Bahía of Cádiz (Parque Natural de la Bahía de Cádiz) in San Fernando that has a Mediterranean climate, beautiful cliffs and flora and fauna.
One of the great resources of this province is its beaches with white sand, and beautiful and transparent waters. They are worthy of a visit if you like to bask in the sun. Our favorite is Conil Beach (Playa de Conil) because few foreign tourist s frequent it. On its 173 miles (260 km) of coast, you can find virgin beaches such as Tarifa Beach (Playa de Tarifa) which is ideal for windsurfing.
You can organize a visit with your group by bus or minibus with chauffeur a golfing event, you can visit internationally ranked golf courses such as Valderrama Golf Club ( Club de Golf Valderrama) that is located on the Campeonato Mundial RYDER CUP´97 or the Montecastillo Golf Club (Club de Golf Montecastillo) which several times has been the location for the VOLVO MASTER tournament.
On the other hand, organizers of events, congresses or professional meetings that intend to choose this province as a destination for their event, may either move with their group to Ayuntamiento de Jeréz in a rental minibus with chauffer.
The great variety of restaurants, bars, seafood restaurants, taverns and chiringuitos are located on the beach in this province. They offer the opportunity to try a variety of different foods and fine wine. Araucana in Algeciras that is at the foot of the beach and has a view of the Rock of Gibralter, Restaurante Casa Juan in San Lucar that has a terrace that overlooks the sea and has a view of the Coto de Doñana and served wonderful seafood or Casa Bernardo in Chiclana which is known for its innovative cuisine.
You can rent a bus or minibus with driver in Jeréz de la Frontera. Given its ancient history, the city of Jerez offers an extensive variety of tourism options, some of which we have summarized, such as the route that goes from La Oficina Municipal de Turismo (The Municipal Office of Tourism) in La Plaza San Juan de Dios. La Línea Carmesí (The Carmesí Line) painted on the ground guides you along an interesting 2.5 kilometer (1.5 mile) path through the most famous places in the historic district.
In the summertime you can go on a guided visit around the perimeter of the city aboard a rental bus with driver. Another traditional route is Tapeo route, which visits distinctive traditional bars where you can have a drink along with some fried fish, seafood, or seafare stew.
The government of Cadiz has also decided to promote a form of transportation that is more ecologically- and user-friendly by creating rutas BTT (bicycle routes). This makes bicycles accessible to locals. Tourists can find businesses that rent bicycles, such as Bicicletas Valbar, Urban Bike Cádiz, or Bike & City, where you can request a bicycle tour guide.
Groups that want to see the city from a different perspective can take a nighttime ride in a horse-drawn carriage through Bahía Vapor del Puerto and Cabo Leiras.
The city"s beaches are the ideal place to enjoy the sea and sunshine; they are part of the city and have all kinds of services nearby during the summertime. Some of Jeréz"s beaches include La Caleta, Santa María, La Victoria, and Cortadura, which is the biggest beach in Jeréz.
At Punta San Felipe and other parts of the city, both downtown and outside the city walls, there are clusters of pubs, clubs, and bars where young folks can have a good time from dusk till dawn. But during the summertime, the refreshment stands at Victoria Beach and The Seaside Walkway (El Paseo Marítimo) are the real attractions.
The most famous festival of this provincial capital is the Carnavales de Cádiz, which is held in February and has been declared to be a Festival of Interest to International Tourists. Other festivals include Holy Week, which is celebrated in March, El Trofeo Carranza, which is held in August and features massive sardine cookouts, and Los Tosantos, which is celebrated in November.
To get downtown with you group, you can take a bus or minibus rental. Once there, we recommend visiting Genovés Cádiz Park, where you can take a stroll down The Delightful Walkway (Paseo de las Delicias) and enjoy vistas of the Atlantic.
If you want to rent a minibus with chauffer for an excursion or trip group that originates or terminates in Cádiz, we suggest including these stops in your itinerary:
Also known as the Eternal Cathedral due to the fact that to this day its construction, which started in 1772, has been an ongoing process. It has a baroque façade and two towers. The crypt in the middle of the presbytery has various headstones inside that are worth looking at, such as the tombstones of Pemán and Falla.
The most popular park in the city; it faces the Atlantic Ocean and features a variety of plants and sculptures, forming part of the so-called green front that runs parallel to the complex of bastions and walls that used to protect the city from seaborne threats.
Considered the best beach in the city. The City Council organizes numerous activities in the sand, such as gymnastics or games in the morning with open air movies at night. It also has some very well-integrated and well-prepared bars where you can eat or drink and, at nighttime, enjoy some brews. There are hammocks and umbrellas for those who wish to use them.
The most traditional spot in Cádiz. It’s called Flower Plaza due to the great quantity of flowers that people put around the statue of the illustrious native of Cádiz, Columela, which stands in the middle of the plaza. On one side of the plaza there are numerous popular, prestigious bars, the terraces of which are always full.None