Cádiz, the golf tourist destination
Cádiz is a Spanish province located in the south of the autonomous community of Andalusia, its capital being the city of Cádiz. The province as a whole is without doubt a golfer’s paradise and an enjoyment for the senses. A prominent golf tourist destination within the European continent.
Our weather, the 260 km of coastline, the mountains, our protected natural spaces, the magic of its hidden gems, the gastronomy, the friendliness of its people and its traditions and customs make the province of Cádiz a haven for unparalleled leisure.
The province is divided into 6 counties and has 45 municipalities. We have 260 km of wonderful Atlantic and Mediterranean coast, highlighting the long beaches and fine sand.J.M. Sánchez
Our province is positioned in the leading positions of the Spanish golf provinces with the largest number of golf courses and is a preferred golf tourist destination. Cádiz has an enviable natural environment and a welcoming population.
Cádiz is a unique province, with infrastructures and natural spaces that make you fall in love with it and make you want to come back.
Located at the southernmost tip of Europe, in the south-west of the Iberian peninsula, it borders the provinces of Huelva, Seville and Malaga. In addition, to the south it borders the Strait of Gibraltar and North Africa, being blessed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
We enjoy a temperate climate, with an average annual temperature of 18 ° C and we enjoy 3,100 h. of sunlight a year. However, in the Sierra de Grazalema there is a microclimate that is characterized by its high rainfall rate, the highest in Spain.
We are a prominent and powerful golf tourist destination, with golf courses of enormous quality and high standards of maintenance. With a wide and varied avant-garde hotel network.