Cadiz Guide

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Cadiz does deserve the label historic Cadiz, because Cadiz dates back to the 12th century BC so is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the western world with traceable history. It is a natural harbour taken by Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Cadiz is easy to navigate and walk round, but a long walk if you get lost, see the...
Tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show. These therefore give you a flavour of what is available and help you plan your visit. These tours or similar will more than likely be resold by your ship with door to door transport. However, the ship sometimes has zero availability so these might...
Tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show. These therefore give you a flavour of what is available and help you plan your visit. These tours or similar will more than likely be resold by your ship with door to door transport. However, the ship sometimes has zero availability so these might...
Tours and their description show what the locals are proud of and wish to show. These therefore give you a flavour of what is available and help you plan your visit. These tours or similar will more than likely be resold by your ship with door to door transport. However, the ship sometimes has zero availability so these might...
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Whilst many cruisers rush off to Morrisons supermarket or the very British High Street which claims to be cheap, there are many tours and the Beverly Hills of this coast, Sotogrande is not far. If you go for a stroll, what will have you transfixed for a while, is the glass blowing which is well worth a visit. It is...
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Lisbon is the richest region of Portugal by GDP per capita, and as such it is a busy commercial city. Trying to find a good map that is not designed to sell you something is not easy. The wealth of tourist leaflets may swamp you, so we advise some research, a plan and a route worked out before you...
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Elizabeth and David take a trip just outside Lisbon to one of the greatest Rococo buildings in Europe, the Royal Palace of Queluz. Queluz is in the parish of the modern-day Sintra Municipality of Lisbon. Rococo is an exuberantly decorative style from the end of the Baroque period which is decorative architecture that began in France in the first part of the 18th...
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Sotogrande is not far from Gibraltar and worth a thought if you have a long stop in Gibraltar and you have seen the monkeys and glass blowing before. With the recent expansion of the Marina there is far more bed space and it all sells out in July because of the Polo tournaments. Sotogrande has more than a few Polo...
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Owned by the rich sherry producers and they used it to farm cork for the bottles. The beautiful land was used to ride their horses through and it was not long before riding, polo and holiday homes lead the way to what is now a world centre for polo and yachts. It is actually near Gibraltar, but you can...
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All of these villages in the principality of Manilva were previously part of a huge Roman fishing Village, thought to have been called Saltum. The Castillo was there to protect the  18th-century village. Now the huge stretch of sandy beach has more value than the fishing, but, the fresh fish on offer in the restaurants is worth sampling. If...