Travel 6: Cádiz, Spain

I know I said I fell in love with Honfleur, but that was before I visited Cádiz on Spain’s southwest coast. This town has me wanting to brush up on my Spanish and start looking at real-estate listings. Seriously, Cádiz is gorgeous.

Cádiz was founded by the Phoenicians over 3,000 years ago and is considered by many the oldest continuously inhabited city in Western Europe. Everywhere you look you see remnants of its colorful history. Plus there’s a beautiful vista in every direction due to its location surrounded by the sea.

It was a sunny Saturday when I arrived and the city was alive with activity – bustling cafes on every corner, alleyways filled with locals playing music, children dashing through town squares, families enjoying the beach and wedding parties walking the city streets. All I could do was wander, make pictures…and sample some delicious lemon gelato. 

Travel 6 is a new theme on the blog where I share 6 images from destinations I’m lucky enough to visit. 



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