The apartments are located on the street Calle Horozco, right in the Old Centre of the City. They are very near to the Alameda Marqués de Comillas Gardens and to the sea.
The nearest to the apartments and the most renowned as it is in front of the city’s Old Centre, is Playa de la Caleta, Caleta Beach. 450 metres long, this is one of the busiest beaches. The distance from the apartments is approximately 1 km, so you will arrive in 10 minutes at a leisurely pace.
Is the longest beach with the most services: 2.5 km of sands. It is about 4 km away, and will take you around 15 minutes to arrive in the car.
This is the quietest beach. It is 6 km away and you will arrive in 15 minutes.
The smallest beach. It is 2.5 km away and you can reach it in 30 minutes on foot.
Cádiz has 4 beaches. A good option for visiting all of these beaches is to go by bicycle. You can enjoy the cycle lane than runs alongside the city’s seaside promenade.
The cathedral is 1 km away from the apartments, and you will arrive in 10-12 minutes on foot. It is in the historical centre of the city, almost on the seafront.
650 metres away, 8 minutes on foot. It is the highest point in the Old Centre with one of the most famous views of the city, and includes a pioneering attraction, The Dark Room
750 metres away, 9 minutes’ walk. Cameras and shopping trolleys live together in harmony in a place where you can buy the freshest local produce while visiting a beautiful monument. As in other cities, the Gastronomy Corner is finding its niche among the city’s leisure locations.
1.2 km and 15 minutes on foot from the street Calle Horozco. A fortification which encloses Playa de la Caleta beach. Site of Cultural Interest since 1985.
2 km away, you will arrive in 20/25 minutes on foot from the apartments. A fortress located at one end of Playa de la Caleta beach on a small islet which was once a Phoenician temple and a Hermitage. It is now an exhibition and concert centre.
About 4 km away, 12 minutes by car. 50 minutes if you prefer to enjoy the walk. Also known as the Malecón for its similarity to the Promenade in La Habana.
1 km away, about 10 minutes on foot. Buildings such as the Council House, San Juan de Dios Church and the Pazos Miranda House will catch your eye.
800 metres away, 10 minutes’ walk. Said to be the oldest Neighbourhood in Europe, the Populo oozes history and is now one of the most attractive parts of the city. Vestiges of history, from Phoenician, Roman and Medieval Cádiz are conserved. Today, this quarter is home to famous establishments such as the mythical Pay-Pay Theatre Café and the El Teniente Seblón restaurant.
You are just 600 metres from the most famous theatre, especially at Carnaval time. You will arrive in 7/8 minutes on foot. Built of red brick and in the Mudéjar style, this theatre is one of the emblems of the city.
750 metres away, 7/8 minutes’ walk. This is the largest green areas of the old city centre, and one of the prettiest parks. It is an authentic Botanical Garden, with La Gruta as the park’s emblem.
GoodNight Apartments invites you to discover unique activities and excursions, hand in hand with Civitatis.
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