Port of Bahia de Cadiz

  • Booth: 1921

The Bay of Cádiz Port is situated on the Atlantic side of the Mediterranean area, at the mouth of the straits of Gibraltar, a privileged geographical situation between the Atlantic and the North of Africa, for which reason it is becoming a habitual port of call for cruiser vessels on their yearly voyage between the Mediterranean and the Caribbean and vice-versa.The city, its province and the proximity to other Andalusian tourist centres have awoken the interest of various companies that have included Cádiz as a habitual port of call for their cruiser vessels in the Mediterranean, spending the night at our port as the range of possibilities for amusing oneself that the city and its surroundings offer is so ample and varied that it strongly appeals to the cruiser passengers.