The popular resort island of Cadiz on the southwestern coast of Spain is one of the oldest cities in Europe, connected to a large land by a dam, as well as a modern 3-kilometer cable-stayed bridge.
Arriving in Cadiz, tourists get the opportunity to explore the many historical and architectural monuments in parallel with shopping and tasting Mediterranean or Andalusian dishes. To buy a yacht in Cadiz and not miss the price, we recommend that you seek help from professionals who are well-versed in the yacht market.
In order to get around the historical center, you will have to spend no more than a couple of hours, while it is definitely worth a visit:
You can also not ignore the exhibits of the Archaeological Museum in Mina Square, the Baroque Church of Carmen (Iglesia del Carmen) of the 18th century, the fortress of San Sebastian (Castillo de San Sebastián) and Santa Catalina (Castillo de Santa Catalina), the ancient prison of Casa de Iberoamérica and the park Genoves, in which you will have the opportunity to relax in the shade of exotic trees.
The widest and cleanest beaches are on the outskirts of the Old Town - they are Santa Maria del Mar 850 meters long, Victoria about 3 km long and Cortadura about 7 km long.
The favorable climate, warm sun and calm sea make yachting the preferred type of outdoor activities on the Costa de la Luz. Fans of sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing and surfing from neighboring regions seek this place. You can enter the parking lot at the Club Deportivo-Viento de Levante fishing port for up to 40 vessels up to 8 m in length or in the Puerto América marina with 322 berths for vessels up to 18 m in length or near the quays of the Complejo Deportivo Puerto Elcano yacht club. If you are interested in selling yachts in Cadiz, contact the services of Spanish brokers, for example - SPORT NAUTIC (Denia) or NETWORK YACHT BROKERS VALENCIA (Valencia).