La Caleta is a famous beach in Cadiz. A haven for denizens as well as tourists, La Caleta (caleta meaning creek) is the smallest beach in the city. The area around the beach has small coloured houses and palm trees and the beach is sort of protected by the castles of San Sebastian and Santa Catalina making it the most picturesque beach of Cadiz. Being a major trade route in the past and having an economic history, a few treasures from the bygone era are buried deep off the coast of the beach. To protect these treasures, scuba diving is prohibited. But, one can still jump in for a refreshing swim. Wondering where you have seen this beach? Well, it is the same beach where Halle Berry sensually walks out of the sea in the James Bond movie ‘Die Another Day’!
How to Reach La Caleta
- Cadiz Railway station
- Bus stop near the beach
- Carrying picnic baskets with you is recommended.
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66.26% of people who visit Cadiz include La Caleta in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
63.33% of people start their La Caleta visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see La Caleta
90% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting La Caleta
La Caleta Reviews & Ratings
How far is it to walk to the beach from the train station?stAnswer Report Abuse
La Caleta Beach is about 3-4 kilometers away from ADIF-RENFE train station.Report Abuse