Castillo de Santa Catalina, Cadiz

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Castle of Santa Catalina (Spanish: Baluarte de Santa catalina y Castillo) is a castle located in Cádiz, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1993.
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  • This is a well preserved castle with a church and many other buildings inside. A brilliant place to see the sun setting. Recommended.  more »
  • This attraction was close to our Parador accommodation and was an obvious site to visit as we set off to explore old Cadiz. Free entry enhanced the experience as did the fascinating exhibition about....  more »
  • Not much to see. Views of the beach are nice from up there. Free entry. Photo expo available on the great Cadiz explosion, that was the main point of attraction, very informative. Painting expo of local painter as well, quite interesting. The castle itself has not much to offer, and there is no information available on the spot.
  • This is a delightful facility! Part museum, part artist enclave all cultural heritage. My advice: go everywhere. One room had a small attic stairway (in American museums would have been blocked off.) The attic was a hidden art gallery. Explorers get rewarded here!
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