Jerez Vacations

Spain
Jerez de la Frontera is one of the major cities in Andalusia , on the Costa de la Luz , in Spain, well known for its wines, horses and flamenco, as well as its well preserved historic center. Jerez enjoys international renown because to its sherry wines, and many are …

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Things to see and do in Jerez

Jose Lop | Trip by SkyscannerMuelle de las Carabelas
Muelle de las Carabelas
carboanion | FlickrAlcázar de Jerez
Alcázar de Jerez
Willtron | FlickrCatedral de Jerez
Catedral de Jerez
Ewan-M | FlickrBodegas Gonzalez Byass S A
Bodegas Gonzalez Byass S A
Peter Dean | Trip by SkyscannerCircuito De Jerez
Circuito De Jerez
tm-tm | FlickrParish of San Dionisio
Parish of San Dionisio
Ruth L | FlickrPlaza de la Yerba
Plaza de la Yerba
Carlos Carlian | Trip by SkyscannerArea Sur
Area Sur
Wild Guru Larry | FlickrSandemans Bodega Tour
Sandemans Bodega Tour

Reviews of Jerez

Bridget S
Bridget S
07/02/2016

Jerez is a lovely town to wander around and soak up the atmosphere. There is a large and fascinating indoor food market in the mornings and a bustling shopping area, which is not too overwhelming. The old town can be discovered just off the main shopping street where there are narrow streets with many bars and restaurants with lots of delicious tapas. Visit a bodega to find out about the different sherries produced in the area. There is the cathedral and the alcazar to visit too. The railway station and bus terminus are a short walk from the centre and have good links to surrounding areas.

Sonia Molero
Sonia MoleroBarcelona, Spain
15/01/2016

Jerez, the city of the good wines and spanish horses. Stroll the city and its monuments, stopping to rest in the old bars or visiting one of the ancient fine wineries like Tio Pepe, near the arab fortress in the city center. You can reach Jerez in a 10 minutes train trip, from our attic palace house in El Puerto de Santa Maria.

Adam B
Adam B
03/12/2015

Maybe even five-stars. The outskirts don't prepare you for the fine historic centre with grand buildings in styles from Renaissance to Art Deco. Foodies' paradise. Tours of sherry bodegas. Camera obscura (very weird experience - a sort of panoramic early CCTV).

Peter Dean
Peter DeanWallasey, United Kingdom
06/05/2014

Beautiful historic place and excellent dinning experience. Stayed here whilst watching the 2014 Moto GP with my wife.

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