When it comes to Spain, most people think of the first "Madrid", "Barcelona" and "Malaga"... I don't know Cadiz is a popular tourist resort in Spain.
Cadiz is the province of Cadiz, Spain. It is the capital of the province of Cadiz, a coastal city that extends into the Gulf of Cadiz. At the top of the narrow peninsula, more than ten kilometers on three sides are surrounded by the ocean, and only one side is connected to the land. It is the oldest city in Spain and was built by the Phoenicians in 1000 BC. The shipbuilding industry is developed and is one of the shipbuilding centers in Spain. It is the first choice for the gathering and departure of Spanish sea adventurers. In the southern city of Spain, which has long been unknown, Cadiz has been famous for hosting the world's top sailing events in recent years. It can be seen in Spanish in many landscapes of the city of Cadiz: the emblem of the Cadiz-Sailboat Capital.
The Gulf of Cadiz (Spanish: Golfo de Cdiz) is a bay of the Atlantic Ocean between Cape So Vicente in Portugal and Cape Trafalgar at the western end of the Strait of Gibraltar.
The wide bay of the southwest Atlantic coast of the Iberian Peninsula, about 320 km (200 miles) long, extends from Cape Saint Vincent in Portugal to the Strait of Gibraltar. The port of Cadiz in Portugal is a south-facing area facing the harbor of the Algarve, where there are steep mantles and towering cliffs along the bay, with beaches, small river estuaries and countless villages. Further south is the Spanish coast. The most common terrain is a large swamp behind the sand dunes on the shore, and some extend to the inland for 50 km (30 miles). There are tidal waterways in the marshes, the largest being the rivers of Guadiana, Tinto-Odiel, Guadalquivir and Guadalete. This has many salt fields and a few settlements, including the city of Cadiz. The city is on the Bay of Cadiz, which flows into the Gulf of Cadiz. Further south, the terrain along the coast from Cape Trafalgar to the Strait of Gibraltar is a staggered rock and beach.