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San Fernando Hotels
San Fernando is a wonderful choice for holidays and vacations, and choosing the right San Fernando hotels will assure you of a relaxing and enjoyable break. Venere has taken the hard work out of looking for places to stay in San Fernando, and the simple to use website allows you to choose the type of hotel and location you prefer. Venere has partnered with some of the most stylish and comfortable hotels in San Fernando, and each has been rated by visitors just like you. This unique system allows you to book with confidence whether you're looking for a friendly family establishment or luxury accommodation with a host of extras. The town enjoys a spectacular location on Spain's southern Atlantic coast, and all Venere accommodation is close to beaches and local attractions.
What's San Fernando Like?
In the past San Fernando was an island, though these days a peninsula connects it to Cadiz and the mainland. Accommodation on La Isla is perfectly placed for outings to Castillo Beach, a 3km stretch of sand that is dominated by the Castillo di Sancta Petri, and the wonderful Costa de la Luz or 'coast of light'. San Fernando lies in the Bay of Cadiz close to the site of the famous Battle of Trafalgar, and history enthusiasts can explore the past in more depth at San Fernando Naval Museum at Calle Almirante Baturone Colombo. You may also like to take a look at Panteón de Marinos Ilustres, a spectacular neoclassical building with naval links which is near Venere hotels in San Fernando. Those who prefer to take things a little more sedately might visit the church of Iglesia Mayor which was built in the mid 18th century and is noted for its Baroque altarpieces, or simply relax with a cool drink in one of the town's many cafes and bars.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in San Fernando
Friendly locals are always happy to pass the time of day in San Fernando, and you'll be surprised how quickly you make friends if you make the effort to learn a few phrases of Spanish. La Isla is connected to Cadiz by an 8km peninsula, and it's easy to discover the region from Venere's San Fernando hotels. Religious sights and attractions often have a dress code so be sure to check beforehand if you plan to visit churches or basilicas. Visit local bars and restaurants to try delicious tapas made with fresh produce each day, and do check the Venere website for more handy tips.