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If you can, it’s worth visiting Cádiz around carnival time. The carnival is a festival for the people, everyone dresses up and dances in the streets for two weekends, it’s reckoned to be the liveliest in the whole of the mainland.
Cádiz sits on a peninsular to the west of the province of Málaga. The city was founded by the Phoenicians who originally called it Gadir; this is supposed to be one of the oldest cities in Europe. Today Cádiz has a very relaxed feel about it, it has a Moorish feel about it with narrow streets leading to large squares like the Plaza San Juan de Dios. This is a popular square for locals and visitors alike, if you want to relax from all the sightseeing, you can sit here, drink coffee and soak up the atmosphere. The dome of the cathedral dominates the skyline, construction began in 1772 but due to ongoing problems it wasn’t completed until 1883.