Things to see and do - Puerto Real
Puerto Real Travel guide
Puerto Real : Michelin's recommendations
Puerto Real was founded in 1483, just 10km south of Puerto de Santa María, by the Catholic Monarchs - hence its name, which means “royal port”. In recent years it has had difficulty adapting from shipbuilding to other activities, although it has received help from Cádiz University, which relocated several of its faculties here. Its decline first began 200 years ago, when Napoleon invaded in 1808. The mid-19C church of San Sébastián is well worth visiting.
Hotels Puerto Real
Comercio, 1 E - 11510 Puerto Real
Located just off the A-4 Motorway, this hotel is 600 metres from Puerto Real’s Las Canteras Nature Reserve. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Hotel Caballo Negro’s restaurant serves traditional..
Avenida de la Constitución, s/n E - 11510 Puerto Real
Set in the centre of Puerto Real and next to Las Canteras Park, Hotel Las Canteras de Puerto Real offers rooms with free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a terrace. Each classically decorated room at Hotel Las Canteras has air conditioning and a private bathr..
Carretera Puerto Real-Paterna, Km. 0 E - 11510 Puerto Real
Situated at the entrance of Puerto Real, this smart and well-equipped hotel boasts great facilities, including a large outdoor swimming pool, surrounded by gardens and a paddle tennis court. Gran Hotel Ciudad del Sur is located 8 minutes' drive from..
Restaurants Puerto Real
Real 208 b E - 11510 Puerto Real
This simple, contemporary-style restaurant combining imagination, skill, attention to detail, a friendly ambience and sustainability certainly has a promising future. The owner-chef creates innovative cuisine with a focus on using local ingredients.