Cadiz Ferry Port
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Las Palmas de G.C. to Cadiz / Cadiz to Las Palmas de G.C.1 crossings weekly47 hr 30 min
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Cadiz ferry port is located on a peninsula protruding into the Bay of Cadiz in southwestern Spain. Cadiz has been a port for more than 3,000 years, and it was Spain's wealthiest port for trade with the New World from the time of Christopher Columbus until the late 1700s. Cadiz ferry port is the gateway to the Canary Islands linking mainland Spain with Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Fuerteventura and Lanzarote and also remains a very popular stop for cruises.
Cadiz is a typical Andalusian city shaped by its multitude of "barrios", narrow alleys, plazas and its contrasting modern quarter with wide avenues and new buildings. Cadiz is home to some of Spain's most beautiful beaches, the best-loved beach in Cadiz is La Playa de la Caleta located in the old city between the San Sebastian and Santa Catalina castles.
Estación Marítima Muelle Alfonso XIII, s/n, C.P. 11006, Spain