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With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, this narrow slice of land is guaranteed to warm your heart. Having been founded over 3,000 years ago, Cádiz is the oldest city in the Western world. It is an ancient port city in the Andalusian region; a historical base for exploration and trade. With over 100 watchtowers, this ancient centre, surrounded almost entirely by water, is a jumble of streets, beautiful architecture, monuments and museums, eroded sea walls, incredible seafood, friendly locals, upbeat flamenco, crashing Atlantic waves and sun-worshipping beach lovers. In this stunning jewel of a city, the 18th Century neoclassical cathedral and baroque palaces coexist in perfect harmony with the modern architecture of Cadiz. The exquisite regional cuisine of Cadiz showcases the best of Andalusia’s most appetising dishes. Fish and shellfish reign, as does the produce of the nearby mountains – wild boar, partridge, wild garlic... and more.