Directions to Cadiz Inn Backpackers

If you come by plane to the closest airport in Jerez, just take the train or bus and follow the previous instructions. We are 30 kilometers away from Jerez and 140 from Sevilla. That's about 30 minutes from Jerez and an hour and a half from Sevilla. One-way tickets cost roughly 4 and 12 euro respectively, and are cheaper if you buy a round trip ticket.

Arriving by train or bus you will arrive at the same station. Come out from the station (walk towards the huge Spanish flag) and cross the main avenue at the traffic lights which will be on your left, walk uphill (left) only a few steps to the big white church of Santo Domingo. At the steps of this white church is a red line drawn on the sidewalk (nope, we didn’t put it there but it sure helps!) follow it as it turns around the church. Exactly where the line ends is where our street starts on the right (Calle de la Botica). Our door is the first one on the left. How’s that for easy?

If you are driving to Cadiz, the best way to get here is by introducing these GPS coordinates (36.5282°N 6.29°W) into your GPS navigation system. You can’t get lost because Andalusia has very good public roads that are well marked.