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When it gets too hot in the province of Cádiz wiser heads take to the city. Cádiz is full of shady lanes and alleys harbouring little bars and restaurants. Here the sun’s burning rays and sweltering cannot penetrate the shadows too deeply. And if it does get a tad too hot, you can always go for a dip in the sea at the beach where the locals congregate to cool off, known as La Caleta. With its strangely Victorian feel, those familiar with old-fashioned, English, seaside resorts might feel quite at home. The fish and fruit market is worth a visit. On one side of the market, the old collonade that runs round the main building now houses a plethora of small bars serving a large variety of tapas and drinks. I suppose I ought to shut up now and let the photos speak for themselves.
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