Cadiz is perfectly situated between the Med and the Atlantic oceans, closely linked to North European Ports, especially the UK and Germany. In the south we offer itineraries combining 3 countries, Spain, Portugal and Morocco, being close to the Canary Islands, Madeira, Portimao, Lisbon, Gibraltar and Malaga as well.
Being the most southwest port in Europe Cadiz is often the entry point for cruises coming into the Med in spring having wintered in the Caribbean and a last European port call in the autumn before crossing back.
The port of Cadiz is located in the centre of the ancient city with 3.000 years of history and culture dating back to the Phoenician and Roman times. Cruise ships dock inside the old town and passengers disembark straight into the beautiful flowered squares and narrow cobbled streets full of charm.
As the entry point to Andalusia, Cadiz has become popular with all types of cruise ships, offering passengers an authentic Andalusian experience locked in time with a slow pace and smiling welcoming locals.
Due to growth in Cruise traffic Cadiz has opened 2 passenger terminals which are unfussy and functional to ensure the safe and organized disembarkation/embarkation of passengers, helping them get to their excursions or straight into the destination. The passenger terminals also offer facilities for turnaround, with an international airport 30 minutes away and hotels and all other facilities adjacent to the port area.
The docking area for cruise ships has 11 metres draft with over 2.000 metres of mooring. Only 5 minutes walk from the city with ample space for busses, taxis and all facilities such as fuel, water, supplies and electricity, repairs, anchoring areas for emergencies, waste collection. Plenty of terraces and squares with bars and restaurants are only a stone’s throw away.