Isla de León

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La Isla de León, still totally separated from the peninsula

Isla de León is a historical name for the piece of land between the city of Cádiz and the Iberian peninsula, in Spain.

In 1813 it was renamed San Fernando in honour of King Fernando VII of Spain for his courage in the defense of the city during the Siege of Cádiz by the French.