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Located in the southwest of Spain, in the province of Cádiz, bathed by the Guadalquivir River with more than 3,200 hours of sun a year and extraordinary mild temperatures, it manages to be a first-class holiday spot within the Costa de la Luz.

The city stands out for the friendly nature of its people, where no one will feel like an outsider. You can enjoy its cuisine with seafood and fresh fish partnered with the best wine you can imagine, the Manzanilla wine of Sanlúcar. You can choose from the hundreds of bars and tapa restaurants especially in the fishing district of Bajo de Guía, where many restaurants offer seafood stews with the best products of the sea.

The city keeps its charming, old district and streets that transport us to yesteryears, stately homes of unparalleled historical value in the Barrio Alto. Its innumerable churches fill the city, championed by the parish of Nuestra Señora de la O and its Mudejar gate, the church of Santo Domingo and El Carmen, etc. The former Palace of the Dukes of Orleans and Bourbon now converted into the City Hall, the Auditorium of La Merced, the Castle of Santiago, the Coto de Doñana in front of the city beach, can all be visited with scheduled excursions. In summer, the nightlife is vibrant, with the many beach bars, pubs, and cafés. The extensive program of cultural and recreational activities, both public and private, includes festivals of classical music, jazz, and flamenco, as well as the festival of exaltation to the Guadalquivir River, antique shows, and horse races on the beach, the oldest in Spain, declared an International Festival of Tourist Interest.
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