Cadiz is located on a peninsula protruding into the Bay of Cádiz, the Isle of Leon, separated from the mainland by a narrow and torturous channel, part of much larger Gulf of Cádiz.
Cádiz is of typical Andalusian character. The city comprise the old part of Cádiz and newer areas. The old part of Cádiz is shaped by the individuality of the various quarters (Spanish barrios), "El Populo," "La Viña," or "Santa Maria." Newer areas consist of wide avenues and more modern buildings.
There are some things you can see and do, such as Cadiz Cathedral, La Caleta beach, Archaeological Museum of Cádiz, Torre Tavira watchtower.