Cruise Port Atlas | Cadiz, Spain Restaurants | Food

Cadiz, Spain Cuisine | Where to Eat

Popular Local Cuisine: Andalusian food is most famous for gazpacho - a fresh, uncooked vegetable soup made with tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, onions, garlic, olive oil, water (sometimes replaced with meat stock), other fresh summer vegetables, vinegar and sometimes stale bread. There are a wide variety of recipes but their common ingredients are garlic, olive oil, salt and fresh vegetables. Fried fish made with chickpea flour and fried in local olive oil is very popular. There are several varieties of dry-cured hams that are famous from the region. Sherry originated in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Sherry is a dry or sweet white fortified wine that is considered under-appreciated by many wine enthusiasts.

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Cruise lines that visit Cadiz: Star Clippers, Voyages of Discovery, Windstar, Azamara Club Cruises, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, Silversea, Celebrity, Cunard, Holland America, Costa, MSC Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Viking River Cruises

Key Attractions: Cadiz Cathedral, Tavira Tower, Plaza d Espana, Cadiz City Walls, Puerta de Tierra, Cadiz Town Hall, Cadiz Museum, De Falla Theater, San Sebastian Castle, Santa Catalina Castle, Plaza de Mina, Cadiz Roman Amphitheater, Seville Cathedral, Alcazar (Seville), Archivo de Indias, La Maestranza, Giralda Tower, Jerez Cathedral, Alcazar of Jerez, Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, Jerez Bodegas, Medina Sidonia, Vejer de la Frontera, Conil de le Frontera, Arcos de la Frontera, Ronda, La Caleta Beach

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Photo of Gazpacho by Javier Lastras