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This area has a fascinating atmosphere about it with its narrow alleyways, back streets, open squares and spectacular churches - all close to the immense blue waters of the Cadiz Bay. The town itself is relaxed and not at all intimidating, like some port towns can be. Cadiz also boasts the liveliest Carnival celebration in Spain (with the possible exception of Tenerife in the Canary Islands). Today the city (pop. 154 000) is also a departure point for ferry boats to the Canary Islands.