There are no excuses. If you want to come, all you have to do is to choose how. Chiclana, located in the Bay of Cadiz, 24 kilometres from Cadiz, 40 from Jerez de la Frontera airport and 136 from Seville airport, offers you different alternatives throughout the year.
So, if you choose to come by road, you can take advantage of such comfortable routes as the A-48 or the AP-4 motorway. If, on the other hand, you prefer the plane, we suggest the airports of Jerez de la Frontera and Seville or those of Malaga (215 km) and Gibraltar (106 km).
If you like sailing, the port of Cadiz is your nearest choice, while if you choose the train, your nearest station is Renfe Bahía Sur, in the neighbouring town of San Fernando (10 km).
It will take you barely an hour and a half to get here if, as we recommend, you travel on the A-4 (from Seville to Tres Caminos) and the A-48 (from Tres Caminos to Chiclana) motorways. This is a safe route with no major traffic.
The journey takes about two and a half hours and takes place via the A-7 (Malaga-Algeciras) and then connects with the N-340 followed by the A-48, with exits to the coast and the town centre.
If you choose to visit us by plane, you should know that the nearest airport is Jerez, about 50 kilometres from Chiclana, with flights to cities like Madrid, Barcelona or Palma de Mallorca.
Once in Jerez, you can go to San Fernando by train and then take a bus to Chiclana.
For more information, check Jerez Airport.
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Your reference bus company for travelling all over the province from Chiclana is Transportes Generales Comes, which makes regular trips to the different towns.
If you want to move around Chiclana's town centre and coast, and even to Cadiz and San Fernando, your best option is the Belizon y Rodriguez company.
From Chiclana, Alsa operates coaches to different national destinations.
For more information, please consult the websites of Transportes Generales Comes and Belizón y Rodríguez.