The province of Cádiz, situated at the very southern end of Spain, has a triangular form and a taste for diversity. Its climate is a fruit of various combinations of sun hours, clouds, rain, and peculiar winds. It’s got spectacular beaches, marshes and estuaries, rugged mountain ranges, extensive meadows, and fertile countryside. Few areas in the world are fortunate enough to have such a range of unique terroirs with such a powerful personality. The result is an exciting amalgam of land and sea products that define its gastronomic traditions.