The festive kitchen
The hotel's gastronomic offer stands out for its high quality products such as fish and seafood from the Gulf of Cádiz and the Strait of Gibraltar, wines and vinegars from Jerez, manzanilla wine from Sanlúcar and beef from the Cádiz mountain range.
A culinary temple overlooking the Bay of Cadiz
Views of the sea and the Bay of Cadiz and spectacular sunsets will accompany you in the restaurant of the Parador de Cádiz, where we offer you the chance to dine overlooking the sea. In our restaurant, renowned for the exquisite preparation of local products, you can enjoy specialities such as shrimp omelette, sea urchins, seasoned potatoes, assorted fried fish, Almadraba tuna, snapper and cracklings.
Type of kitchen
Regional from Cádiz
Fried food from Cádiz, cheeses from the Cádiz mountain range, red tuna, shrimp omelettes and sea urchins.
Innovation and design in Western Europe’s oldest city
The Cathedral of Cádiz is another example of the city's colonial splendour. Its dome can be seen from the sea like a lighthouse. The air you inhale in Cadiz will seduce you, as will its charming neighbourhoods such as Pópulo, the oldest neighbourhood, and that of Santa María which reveals beautiful Baroque houses and plazas such as San Juan de Dios. Have a taste of pescaito, fried fish platters, or head to Zorrilla street with its bars and tapas, that will make you fall in love with the joy that emanates in this city.
Feel this same joy at the Cadiz carnival, the festival par excellence, when the entire city dresses up in costumes and the streets are filled with parades and wild abandon. The Falla Theatre, which hosts the Cadiz Carnival Group Contest, is the epicentre of the chirigotas, where you’ll laugh like you've never laughed before and discover that Cadiz and its people are unique.