Wheelchair Accessible Cadiz Sightseeing Tour Hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Puente de la Pepa
  • Murallas San Carlos
  • Alameda Apodada
  • Iglesia del Carmen
  • Baluartes
  • Parque Genovés
  • Castillo Sta. Catalina
  • Playa de la Caleta
  • Castillo S.

Accessibility information

  • Panoramic drive combined with walking/rolling tour
  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation
  • Involves walking/rolling in Cádiz
  • Step-free route

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 4 hours
  • Private adapted transportation for the panoramic drive
  • Officially licensed English-speaking guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick up from your accommodation or cruise port

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Extended tour options possible
Fabrica de tabaco in Cadiz
Baluartes Cadiz
Rolling Tour Cadiz

About this Cadiz Sightseeing with Transport Tour

This Cadiz Sightseeing Tour starts from the cruise port or your accommodation and includes a panoramic drive with private adapted transport. Your guide will wait for you with a sign with your name on it. Together you head to Cádiz for your private sightseeing tour. During a panoramic drive of about 1.5 hours and in the comfort of your vehicle, you see the most important highlights from the surroundings of Cadiz. Your tour ends in the city of Cadiz where you continue with a strolling tour.

Please note that the amount of time spent in the car depends on local traffic conditions on the day.

Puente Constitución 1812

To enter Cádiz, you first cross the Constitución bridge. The bridge used to be Puente de la Pepa. This architectural masterpiece is a new bridge connecting Cádiz with the mainland of Spain. A must-see for everyone visiting Cádiz and the region, and for the lovers of architecture.

Murallas San Carlos

Your Cadiz Sightseeing with Private Adapted Transport tour continues to Murallas San Carlos, which served as a defense wall in the 18th century. The tunnels built in these walls lead you to the beautiful botanical gardens also called Parque Genovés. Genovés Park is an urban park, surrounded by the walls of the old city and located next to the historic center of Cádiz.

Palacio de Congresos

The return follows the Carranza Bridge. During a scenic drive, you pass the Palacio de Congresos, which was constructed in the old tobacco factory. Next up are Plaza de Sevilla and Plaza de San Juan de Dios (Town Hall). A perfect route with many of the highlights not to be missed when visiting this very charming city.


After your scenic drive, you head to Cadiz for your walking tour of the Old Town. You see the most important architecture of the city, visit the local market and you will have the necessary bathroom breaks.

At the end of the day, your guide drops you off at the cruise port or accommodation again.

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