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  1. Province of Cádiz - Wikipedia › wiki › Province_of_Cádiz

    Cádiz is a province of southern Spain, in the southwestern part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is the southernmost part of mainland Spain, as well as the southernmost part of continental Europe. It is bordered by the Spanish provinces of Huelva, Seville, and Malaga, as well as the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, the Strait of Gibraltar and the British overseas territory of Gibraltar. Its area is 7,385 square kilometres. Its capital is the city of Cadiz, which has a ...

    • Irene García Macías (PSOE–A)
    • Cadiz
  2. Cádiz - Wikipedia › wiki › Cádiz

    Cádiz (/ k ə ˈ d ɪ z /, also US: / ˈ k eɪ d ɪ z, ˈ k æ d-, ˈ k ɑː d-/, Spanish: ; see more below) is a city and port in southwestern Spain. It is the capital of the Province of Cádiz, one of eight that make up the autonomous community of Andalusia.

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  4. Province of Cádiz - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ... › wiki › Province_of_Cádiz

    Cádiz is a province of southern Spain, in the southwestern part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is the southernmost part of mainland Spain, as well as the southernmost part of continental Europe . Its capital is the city of Cádiz, which has a population of more than 128,000.

  5. Category:Province of Cádiz - Wikipedia › wiki › Category:Province_of_Cádiz

    Cádiz is a province of southern Spain, in the southwestern part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Its capital is Cádiz . Wikimedia Commons has media related to Province of Cádiz .

  6. Province of Cádiz — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Province_of_Cádiz
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    The province en­com­passes 44 mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties; be­sides its cap­i­tal, other im­por­tant cities are Jerez and Al­ge­ci­ras. (See the list of mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties in Cadiz.) Ac­cord­ing to a ros­ter de­vel­oped by the Coun­cil of Tourism and Sport of An­dalu­sia on 27 March 2003, there are of­fi­cially six tra­di­tional or touris­tic co­mar­cas(provin­cial areas or coun­ties) in the Province of Cádiz: 1. Bahía de Cádiz(Bay of Cadiz) 2. Campiña de Jerez(Countryside of Jerez) 3. Campo de Gibraltar(Countryside of Gibraltar) 4. Bajo Guadalquivir(Lower Guadalquivir, or Northwest Coast, Costa Noroeste) 5. La Janda 6. Sierra de Cádiz(Cadiz Mountains)

    The en­tire province of Cádiz has a Mediter­ranean cli­mate, mostly Köppen Csa but also Csb in high al­ti­tude areas. Large dif­fer­ences in sum­mer tem­per­a­tures exist be­tween the three of­fi­cial sta­tions in Cádiz, Jerez, and Tar­ifa de­pend­ing on po­si­tion rel­a­tive to the coast­line. Tar­ifa is ex­cep­tion­ally mild for such a southerly place in Spain, mean­while win­ter tem­per­a­tures are mild through­out the province with less dif­fer­ence be­tween lo­cal­i­ties than in sum­mer. Av­er­age yearly rain­fall is 521 mm (20.5 in) in Cádiz, 573 mm (22.6 in) in Jerez, and 603 mm (23.7 in) in Tarifa. This is com­pa­ra­ble to much cloudier cli­mates fur­ther north in Eu­rope, in spite of the high num­ber of sun­shine hours in the province. The Cádiz re­gion is also much wet­ter than the arid Almeríaprovince fur­ther east in An­dalu­sia.

    In 2014 the un­em­ploy­ment rate was 42%, the high­est in the country.The main in­dus­try is tourism, mainly from non-coastal Span­ish cities, Ger­many and the UK. Its once-im­por­tant ship­build­ing in­dus­try (Astilleros) is now in cri­sis due to com­pe­ti­tion from South Korea and China. There are fac­to­ries of Air­bus and Del­phi. It also ex­ports sherryas well as al­i­men­tary prod­ucts.


    The province of Cádiz has many kilo­me­tres of beaches and (as of 2005) the high­est num­ber of Blue Flags of all coastal provinces in Eu­rope. Some of these beaches are rel­a­tively wild and far from big urban areas. One of the at­trac­tions of the area is its con­trast to the mass tourism on the Mediter­raneancoast. There are ex­ten­sive na­ture re­serves in the re­gion and the un­spoilt feel of the area is height­ened by the pres­ence of wild an­i­mals in­clud­ing cows and horses on many s...


    1. Carnival of Cádiz 2. Feria de Jerez 3. Semana Santain all municipalities of the Province 4. Horse racing in Sanlúcar de Barrameda 5. Circuito Permanente de Jerez 6. White Towns of Andalusia 7. Ruta del Toro


    1. Autovía A-4 2. Autovía A-7 3. Autovía A-381 4. N-340 5. Autovía A-48


    1. Jerez Airport


    1. Cádiz-Seville Line 2. Cercanías Cádiz 3. Algeciras-Granada Line


    1. Cádiz CF in the LaLiga. (LFP) 2. Real Balompédica Linense in the Segunda División B. 3. CD San Fernando in the Segunda División B. 4. Algeciras CF in the Tercera División. 5. Racing Club Portuense in the Tercera División. 6. Xerez CD in the Tercera División.

    Rugby Union

    1. CR Atlético Portuense in the División de Honor B de Rugby.

    Libro de Estilo de Canal Sur (anexo 4, pg. 417, comarcas andaluzas). Listado comarcal definido por la Consejería de Turismo y Deporte de la Junta de Andalucía.
  7. Province o Cádiz - Wikipedia › wiki › Province_o_Cádiz

    Province o Cádiz Frae Wikipedia, the free beuk o knawledge Cádiz is a province o soothren Spain, in the soothwastren pairt o the autonomous commonty o Andalusie, the soothnmaist pairt o continental Wastren Europe.

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  8. Category:Province of Cádiz - Wikimedia Commons › wiki › Category:Province_of

    Media in category "Province of Cádiz". The following 46 files are in this category, out of 46 total. Airbus provincia cadiz01.jpg 1,024 × 768; 194 KB. Almodovar desde Valle de Ojén.jpg 1,600 × 800; 273 KB. Andalucia0322- Ootheca of a Mantis (8709900902).jpg 3,168 × 4,752; 4.39 MB.

  9. List of Bienes de Interés Cultural in the Province of Cádiz ... › wiki › List_of_Bienes_de_Interés

    Iglesia de San Lorenzo Mártir (Cádiz) Iglesia de San Mateo 36°41′04″N 6°08′45″W  /  36.684541666667°N 6.145725°W  / 36.684541666667; -6.

  10. Monasterio de la Victoria, Province of Cadiz - Wikipedia › wiki › Monasterio_de_la_Victoria

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Monasterio de la Victoria is a former monastery located in El Puerto de Santa María, province of Cádiz, southern Spain. It was built in the 16th century by Dukes of Medinaceli. The buildings housed a prison between 1886 and 1981.

    • 1978-12-29
    • Non-movable
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