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Cádiz is built on a projection of land from the Costa de la Luz, between the Portuguese border and Gibraltar. The city has been a port for more than 3,000 years, and it was Spains wealthiest port for trade with the New World from the time of Christopher Columbus until the late 1700s.
Today, Cádiz Port is the port for ferries between mainland Spain and the Canary Islands. Its also a popular stop for cruise ships, such as Oceanias Regatta, that offer bus excursions to Seville and Jerez de la Frontera.
The inner-city Puerto Comercial shown in the photo above can handle several cruise ships and ferries at a time. During the Regattas visit, the Costa Romantica was berthed by the maritime terminal and we were tied up across the way. Everything of interest was within walking distance, making taxis or buses unnecessary (although many passengers took advantage of the inexpensive hop on, hop off sightseeing buses that stopped just outside the ports gate).
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