Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz.
Vestiges of the Phoenician Xera, the strongly Romanized Ceret.
The important Muslim Sherish and the later beautiful Christian constructions…
offer a wide range of architectural styles and unique buildings…
Therefore which make Jerez a beautiful city with a truly peculiar urban appearance.
Jerez, the perfect city.
But Jerez is not only its wines and the architecture of unique buildings.
Jerez offers much more to everyone:
First: land of the Carthusian horse.
Second: the fighting bull.
Third: cradle of flamenco art.
Fourth: city of motoring and major events.
Fifth: declared monumental center of Artistic – Historical interest.
Jerez: Horses, bulls and wine.
1- Show ‘How Andalusian Horses Dance’ .
Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.
Enjoying the show ‘How Andalusian Horses Dance’ is something you cannot miss.
Consite in an hour and a half of equestrian ballet with Spanish music.
Too costumes from the 18th century.
2- The fighting bull herds in Jerez de la Frontera.
Contemplating the fighting bull in its natural habitat.
Of course, i an incredible experience.
You can do it both in the livestock of:
Where you can also do other activities such as 4 × 4 routes or horseback riding.
3- The best wineries in Jerez de la Frontera.
Few places in Spain enjoy such broad international recognition as the one Jerez enjoys.
Thanks to its wine, Jerez or Sherry, the name of our city has crossed borders a long time ago…
Until it became universal.
The city gives its name to one of the most famous wines in the world.
Jerez and it is not for nothing that the town has centuries-old wineries.
You should not miss visiting some of them, the best known are those of
In addition to enjoying its facilities.
At the end of the visit you can have a tasting of its best wines.
Monumental heritage of Jerez de la Frontera.
At a minimum you should visit:
First: Alcazar of Jerez Jerez.
Third: The Cartuja of Jerez .
Flamenco tablaos in Jerez, Cadiz.
We recommend something very special:
And, what better place to end the day than a flamenco tablao?
First visit the neighborhood of San Miguel…
Where Lola Flores herself was born…
Then enjoy the spectacle of a tablao like those of
The gastronomy of Jérez.
The sales are old establishments…
where you can taste typical dishes…
Of Jerez gastronomy.
Some are small places with a bar for tapas.
But many others have been modernized…
And while respecting the Andalusian construction.
They have become authentic temples of eating.
The good ham and the wines of the area …
Will never be lacking in their menu.
In which you can also taste delicacies such as fried fish.
Also shrimp tortillas or the famous stews.
Its best restaurants.
The best cod dish in Andalusia and the second in Spain.
Is made in La Carboná with Sherry wines.
French cuisine with local produce.
Excellent winery and products from the garden and the sea.