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353 holiday rentals found in Cadiz
Are you looking for holiday homes in Cadiz? This is the perfect place to find the best selection of holiday homes and villas in the province of Cadiz.
Thanks to the wide variety of holiday rentals we offer, you will be able to enjoy your holidays in a villa all comfort, so that you won’t miss absolutely anything. Between the coast and the spectacular interiors of the province of Cadiz, your holiday rental will allow you to spend your well-earned holidays as never before.
How about a villa with a private pool?
The great majority of houses of both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Coast in the province of Cadiz, as well as the cottages, feature a private pool so that you can refresh under the warm Andalusian sun rays.
The holiday homes we offer you in Cadiz and its province guarantee relaxing moments by the pool, which you will enjoy after a day spent sunbathing or discovering the rural charms of inland Cadiz.
Luxury villas for dream holidays
If you think about the province of Cadiz, impressive luxury villas will undoubtedly come to your mind, facing the Mediterranean Sea or the Atlantic Ocean. Why not consider one of these dream rentals for your next holidays in the province? The well-appointed details and refined building materials, the Jacuzzi and closeness to the beach are just some of these villas’ most breathtaking features.
Hour-trips within your accommodation
The charms of the province of Cadiz vary, thus offering dreamlike hideouts that meet everyone’s desires.
The province extends from the Mediterranean Coast to the spectacular white towns, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Sierra de Grazalema and Los Alcornocales Natural Parks. Trait-de-union between Europe and Africa, the province of Cadiz offers you the best opportunities for travelling from one continent to the other.
Cuisine and the Carnival of Cadiz
While you are discovering the province of Cadiz, give its delicious cuisine a try. Have a glass of the famous Xerex wine in the squares of Campiña de Jerez: Jerez de la Frontera, El Puerto de Santa María in the Bahía de Cádiz, and Sanlúcar de Barrameda on the Costa Noroeste, being these the three points of the Xerex Triangle. If your accommodation is in the south part of the province, you will be able to taste Barbate’s delicious tuna fish, famous worldwide for its quality.
And if you want to kill two birds with one stone, take into consideration the cultural opportunities offered in Cadiz in February, during the Carnival. Chirigotas, coros, comparsas, romanceros: all of this liven Cadiz’s streets up for two weeks.
The Costa de la Luz, the surfers’ paradise
Cadiz and the province of Huelva share the magnificent Costa de la Luz, characterised by fine-sand beaches, the paradise for the surfers that meet in Tarifa to challenge the waves of the ocean in the Campo de Gibraltar. And it’s here where the cottages and villas fill the area of Cadiz. Massive cottages, plots with fruit trees and spacious villas with the highest quality and luxury standards.
Cadiz city doesn’t lag behind
In the capital city of the province, which you can’t miss out on during your getaway, the impressive Cathedral stands out, with its Golden Dome and the Torre de Poniente, the peculiar Tavira tower and the narrow streets of El Pópulo and Santa María districts. You can visit the two maritime fortresses, i.e. the castles of Santa Catalina and San Sebastián, the latter become famous thanks to the James Bond franchise. And, of course, the renowned beach of La Caleta, among the best beaches of the province.
The town in the province of Cadiz, between interior and coast
Discover the most romantic towns in the province of Cadiz and those where you will always find something to do. Choose the Sierra de Cádiz if you want to visit the White Villages, from Setenil de las Bodegas and its cave houses to the Grazalema Natural Park and the impressive architecture of Arcos de la Frontera and Olvera. Or else, consider La Janda and its coastal towns such as Conil de la Frontera and Vejer de la Frontera.
Your holiday rental in Cadiz
Now that you know what you can do in the province of Cadiz, what about renting your dream house? You will enjoy the closeness to the beach together with your family, as you lay on comfortable Balinese beds by the private pool and surrounded by all the comforts you may ask for. You can also find a more rustic setting, in the holiday homes with BBQ, fireplace and charming details that will make you fall in love with the province of Cadiz.
Choose your holiday home in Cadiz and start enjoying your well-deserved holidays.
The most interesting areas in Cadiz
Frequently Asked Questions about Cadiz
How much does a stay in a Cadiz holiday home cost?
Staying in a holiday home in the province of Cadiz costs on average €36 p.p./per night. Depending on the season, prices can range from €20 p.p./per night in January to €47 p.p./per night in March and August.
What are the most affordable towns in the province of Cadiz?
Which homes in Cadiz are recommended for families?
The best homes in Cadiz if you're travelling with family are:
- Typical Andalusian villa with huge pool and panoramic views in Cadiz province
- Homely villa with modern decoration and a well-maintained garden
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
Which are the best holiday homes in Cadiz?
The best holiday homes in Cadiz are:
- Typical Andalusian villa with huge pool and panoramic views in Cadiz province
- Lovely holiday home ideal for a couple, with overwhelming views near El Gastor
To see more options for holiday homes in Cadiz, order by 'Number of comments' and filter by 'Rating' above 9.
Which holiday homes in Cadiz have the best sea views?
The holiday homes with the best sea views in the province of Cadiz are:
- Luxury villa with Infinity pool near the beach in Zahara de los Atunes
- 12-people luxury villa to spend dream holidays on the Costa de la Luz
- Luxury villa near the beach with impressive views over the Atlantic Ocean
To find more houses with these features, select the filter 'Sea views' on our website.
What is there to see in Cadiz?
Cadiz is famous for being the oldest inhabited settlement in Europe, dating back to over 3,000 years ago. In the city itself, don't miss a visit to the Cathedral, the highlight of which is the beautiful gold dome, Santa Catalina Castle, San Sebastián Castle, La Caleta beach and the famous Teatro Falla. Check out our blog for a more in-depth review of what to see in Cadiz.
How do you get to Cadiz?
Although Cadiz doesn't have an airport of its own, its proximity to the airports in Jerez de la Frontera (42 km/ 26 miles) and Seville (131 km/ 81 miles) makes it easy to reach the city from further afield in Spain and Europe. To get from the airport in Seville to Cadiz, take the EA bus from the airport of Seville to the Seville Santa Justa station. From here, the RENFE Mid Distance train will take you to Cadiz, a journey of less than 2 hours for a ticket price of between €16 - €30.
When is best to visit Cadiz?
The best time of year to travel to Cadiz is in spring and autumn (April, May and October) if you plan to visit the city and inland villages. If, however, you're looking for a beach holiday, then spending summer (from June to August)on the Cadiz coast is sure not to disappoint!
Which villages in Cadiz are included in the Route of the White Villages?
The White Villages in the province of Cadiz are: Arcos de la Frontera, Bornos, Ubrique, Grazalema, Zahara de la Sierra, Algodonales, Olvera and Setenil de las Bodegas. Get a better idea of everything there is to see in and around these towns by reading our article on the Route of the White Villages in Cadiz.