Cadiz Province, Spain
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Cadiz Province is at one of Europe’s most southerly points, so it’s hot, hot, hot all year round. Summer can be uncomfortably sizzling, but spring and autumn are more temperate.
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PlanesThe region’s biggest airport is Jerez | though Seville San Pablo isn’t too far away. There are regular buses from Jerez airport | eight kilometres outside the city | into the centre | while the M-050 and M-051 services take you into Cadiz in an hour and a quarter.
TrainsSpain’s speedy AVE trains will get you from Madrid or Malaga to Seville (both journeys take two and a half hours. After that, you’ll need to use Andalucia’s unreliable local train network (www.renfe.es) or take a connecting bus into Cadiz Province. A high-speed rail link between Jerez and Cadiz is planned for 2012.
AutomobilesA car is a must if you want to escape into the mountains or explore the beautiful Andalucian countryside. If you pick one up at Jerez or Seville airports | you’ll need to take the A4 south | which passes through Jerez | Tarifa and Cadiz.
TaxisCabs are cheap and, in towns, can be hailed in the street. They display a green ‘libre’ notice or green light at night if they are available.