Shopping In Cadiz, Spain – All The Best Shopping Areas! marts 25, 2022 – Posted in: Spain, Travel – Tags: , , , , ,

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Where to shop in Cadiz?

If you are going shopping in Cadiz, here is a guide to the best shopping streets of the beautiful port city. Most of the shopping streets start from the beautiful flower square, Plaza de las Flores, in the middle of the Old Town. With its many small cafes, the square serves as a starting point for a shopping trip in Cadiz. Here, everyone who don’t like to go shopping, can enjoy the wait with a little tapas and a cold drink.

However, there are many other options for making a good purchase in Cadiz, and you can read about it all right here!

The best shopping streets in Cadiz

The Old Town of Cadiz is no bigger than you can see it in a day – but it is nice to shop in the cobbled streets. If you think the selection in Cadiz isn’t big enough, we can recommend a shopping trip in Seville.

Start in the morning in Mercado Central, where the fishmongers have already started selling the day’s catch. Here you can also buy an edible souvenir in the form of jamon and cheese. Right next to the market is the Plaza de las Flores, which provides access to the pedestrian streets.

Start at Calle Barrié, which runs north. Along the way, you can make a turn at Calle Sacramento, which runs from east to west, or at Calle Ancha, which starts where Calle Barrié almost ends. In these shopping streets you will find many local shops as well as smaller Spanish high street stores. The bigger high street stores like Desigual, Mango and Intimissimi can be found on Calle Columela. If you need a gift or a souvenir, start by looking in the street Calle Compañía, which also starts from the Plaza de las Flores.

Shopping centers in Cadiz

Just off El Puente de la Constitución de 1812, the large, beautiful bridge with the beautiful arches, is the El Corte Inglés Bahía de Cádiz shopping center. In the large shopping center with over 80 shops you can easily spend the day shopping. El Corte Inglés is open Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm.

A short train ride from the station in Cadiz and across the bay to San Fernando is the Centro Comercial Bahía Sur shopping center. Whatever you need, you are guaranteed to find it here in one of the 93 stores. Bahía Sur is also open from 10 am to 10 pm and also from Monday to Saturday.

Opening hours in Cadiz

Most shops are open from 10 am – 2 pm and then again from 5 pm – 8 pm. The major shopping malls are open all day until 10 pm. On Saturdays everything is closed in the evening and most shops are completely closed on Sundays. This also applies to the supermarkets, where some are open until 14 on Sundays.

More tips for your holiday in Cadiz

Find a great hotel in Cadiz

Cadiz is right on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, and no matter where you live in the city, it is not far to the nearest beach. The neighborhood of La Vina in the old town right on the beach of La Caleta is especially popular with the tourists. But further south, you’ll find miles and milis of lovely sandy beaches at Playa Santa María Del Mar and Playa La Victoria – so where do you stay?

On you can see the large selection of hotels in Cadiz, and below you can also read our recommendation for the best place to stay in Cadiz. You can also perform your own search on  for a great hotel in Cadiz right here:

A apartment in the Old Town in Cadiz

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Precioso piso en La Caleta in Cadiz – click to book!

Being a group of two adults and a teenager on vacation, it required an extra room. We ended up finding a really nice apartment right in the middle of La Vina in the Old Town. There was not one but two extra rooms as well as a sofa bed. In addition, two toilets, a large living room with a dining area and a kitchen.

Back home, we had planned all the food we would buy at the food market, which is only a five minute walk from the apartment. That didn’t happen! The Old Town is packed with cheap tapas bars and restaurants and we ended up eating out every single night.

The apartment is also located right on the local beach La Caleta, loved by families and large groups. Still, the best thing about the apartment was the key box. With all the times we had to with for the owner to show up and let us in, is was excellent to be able to get into the apartment at our arrival. A bottle of wine and a box of chocolates stood waiting for us as we locked ourselves in. We will be back!

Read more about the apartment here: Precioso piso en La Caleta

How do you get to Cadiz?

If you can’t fly out to Jerez, the easiest way to get to Cadiz is by landing at Seville Airport. From Seville Airport, first take the airport bus to Santa Justa Train Station. In March 2022, the airport bus cost €4.

From Santa Justa Train Station in Seville, you can drive on to Cadiz. From Seville and to Cadiz it takes one hour and forty-five minutes by train. At the station you have to buy your tickets at the ticket office (Renfe), where you also have to show a passport before you can board the train. In March 2022, it was €17 from Seville to Cadiz, and the price includes a mandatory seat ticket.

If you want to save time, you can also buy tickets on the Omio app. Note that you still need to enter your passport information in the app.

Read the other articles about Cadiz here!

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