The Cadiz Conference Centre was built using the structure of the former tobacco factory on the site of what used to be the city’s corn exchange.
This solid, striking building has a brick façade, glazed ceramics and certain details reminiscent of a mixture of English factories and traditionalist design. The centre is equipped with the following facilities:
The conference centre is situated in an ideal location, as shown on the map. The railway station, commercial port and town hall form a triangle with the conference centre in the middle.