The province of Cadiz has an airport, located in Jerez de la Frontera. From there, it is possible to reach any of the villages that make up the route of the Pueblos Blancos.
It is also possible to travel to the airports of the nearest provinces, in this case Seville and Malaga.
To get to Cádiz it is possible to use the Spanish railway line that connects the province with different points of the Iberian Peninsula. Thus, on the one hand, we have the Long-Distance lines to the capital of Cadiz and, on the other hand, the Medium Distance rail system, through which we can reach the city.
To get to Cádiz by car, it is possible to take the A4 motorway, which connects the centre and the south of the peninsula. It is also possible to do so from the Autopista del Sur or AP-4, which since January 2020 has been toll-free along its entire route.
Cadiz is connected by intercity buses to Seville and Ronda (Málaga). The Junta of Andalucía provides users with the websites of the Metropolitan Transport Consortium of both provinces from which they can access all the information about transport lines.