Golf Holidays in Cadiz - Cheapest Offers
Ancient gateway to the world… with an air of grandeur. One of Cádiz’s main claims to fame is its status as the oldest continuously inhabited city in the Iberian peninsular, as well as being the starting point of two of Christopher Columbus’ epic voyages to the “New World”. The city is located on a narrow strip of land surrounded by water, while the province sweeps all the way to Sotogrande, past Novo Sancti Petri, Tarifa and the Sierra de Grazalema. Just north of the city are the famous sherry and brandy bodegas of Jerez and Puerto de Santa María. After Málaga province Cádiz has the highest number of golf courses in Andalucía, including the showpiece Valderrama at its eastern end.