LAND FOR SALE IN CÁDIZ
The Useful Agricultural Area (UAA) of Cadiz is 450 thousand hectares, distributed in 55% in arable land, 10% in woody crops and 35% in permanent pastures. The main arable crops in the province are found in the countryside, such as cotton, sugar beet, wheat, corn, oats, barley and sunflower. Among the woody crops, the most important are olive groves in the Sierra de Cádiz and vineyards in the Campiña de Jerez. In its mountain ranges, the predominant livestock farms are cattle, with more than 130,000 head. The predominant and most valued livestock in Cádiz is extensive livestock farming. It is also worth mentioning the breeding of fighting cattle. Another characteristic aspect of Cádiz is its great hunting richness. The big game reserves are located in the Sierras and in the Alcornocales Natural Park, with species such as deer, fallow deer, wild boar, mountain goat or roe deer. In the small game preserves, the red-legged partridge stands out.
Cadiz is the southernmost province of the Peninsula and is located in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. It is surrounded to the west by the fertile plains of the Guadalquivir and the Doñana Natural Park, to the northeast by the Sierra de Grazalema, and to the south by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, separated by the Strait of Gibraltar. The water rights of Cadiz are regulated by the Hydrographic Conference of the Guadalquivir, that of Guadalete and Barbate and the Hydrographic District of the Mediterranean.
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What are the highest priced plots of land in Cadiz?
The land with the highest price in Cadiz is dedicated to the cultivation of irrigated outdoor vegetables and vineyards in dry land for processing.