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Organise your event in Cádiz

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Founded some 3,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, Cadiz is the oldest city in the West, built on a strip of land surrounded by the sea in the region of Andalusia. The port is home to the Spanish Armada and grew in the 16th century as a base for exploration and trade. It has more than 100 watchtowers, including the iconic Tavira Tower, traditionally used for sighting ships, and the 18th century Cadiz Cathedral on the coast.

Also known as Little Havana, Cadiz is one of the first settlements in Europe and one of the liveliest cities in Spain.

The Palacio de Congresos de Cádiz can be reached by catamaran across the bay of the same name. Opened 25 years ago, it has a beautiful atrium and a 720-seat auditorium, as well as other spaces of smaller capacities, all – except one – with natural light.

Doñana National Park

Cadiz has managed to preserve an important historical legacy as a result of its commercial importance together with excellent beaches and an exquisite regional cuisine. The Costa de la Luz, spread between the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz, also offers a multitude of destinations that combine culture and leisure. And for nature lovers, there is nothing better than a visit to the Doñana National Park, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Gastronomic experiences and routes

Neighbouring Africa is so close that helicopter excursions to Tangier (Morocco) are one of the proposals for incentive groups.

Tarifa, also in Cadiz, is the southernmost town on the Iberian Peninsula, especially famous for its sunsets and water sports possibilities.

The bluefin tuna and the almadraba are a fish and an art of fishing that are the basis of a thousand-year-old tradition to be discovered in the province of Cadiz. Barbate is one of the places to learn about this interesting ancestral fishing technique, considered one of the most sustainable on the planet.

Although the province of Cádiz is mainly known for its beaches and its wines, it has a large number of green spaces in which to organise teambuilding activities. And the fact is that 35% of the regional surface is protected. The narrow streets of Vejer de la Frontera are ideal for organising an escape room where you can taste wine or tuna, salt or cheese along the way.

In an incentive programme it is possible to reproduce the festive atmosphere surrounding Carnival with professional members of a chirigota, regardless of the time of year.

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