ruta de levante paseo en barco cadiz

Levante Route

Tour of the 1812 Constitucion Bridge, the bay and the Carranza Bridge

Calm sailing in the inland waters of the Bay of Cadiz.

What we will see on the Levante route

On this route, on the left you will see the naval factories located in Bajo de la Cabezuela and Matagorda. On the right, the Cadiz shipyard and the buildings of the new city built on land reclaimed from the sea, called Barriada de la Paz.

Between them and linking both shores, the impressive 1812 Constitution Bridge, a work of engineering that leaves everyone in awe and which was inaugurated in 2015. Next, the castle of San Lorenzo del Puntal, the main place of the Cádiz artillery to confront Napoleon’s troops, stationed on the opposite bank just a few metres away, and whose defence enabled Cádiz not to be invaded.

Between the two banks is another engineering work of its time, the electricity pylons that still carry the electricity needed by the city of Cadiz. Behind the Jose Leon de Carranza bridge, built in 1969, with its drawbridge span, we find Puerto Real, La Carraca and the Casería de Osio. In the middle of the bay, the Santa Isabel pool, where the warships used to anchor and where the victorious battle against the French fleet took place at the beginning of the War of Independence.

Levante route rates

Price per person …………………


25% discount for large families, groups of more than 6 people, under 15 years old and disabled people.

Departures Levante Route

  • 10:00h
  • 12:00h
  • 14:00h
  • 16:00h
  • 18:00h

Duration of the route:

⚠️ The Levante route will last approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes, and in no case will the journey time exceed two hours.