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Dance flamenco, sip sherry wine and ride horses in this traditional city with quaint plazas, cobbled lanes and enlightening museums.

A Moorish garden and castle complex is the highlight in the historic city of Jerez de la Frontera. The community has a diverse culture and is known internationally for its sherry wine, quaint historic center and artistic flair. Appreciate the local ambiance with strolls through its parks and gardens and visits to its churches and plazas.

Enjoy the sunny summer weather with a trip to the magnificent Alcázar Gardens. Stroll along the paths of this landscaped park, visit the Moorish castle and glance at the colorful floral displays and trimmed hedges. The garden contains historic walls, towers and the last remaining of the city’s original mosques.

Among the outdoor gems is Arenal Square, a spacious plaza with an equestrian statue and fountain. Sit with a picnic here on a warm spring or autumn day and gaze at the pretty mosaic patterns on the pavement.

Walk west for 5 minutes to reach the Jerez Cathedral, known for its diverse range of architectural styles. Over the years, it has accumulated and blended the designs and features typical of gothic, baroque and neoclassical buildings. 

The city has a long relationship with horses, which is showcased by the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and its Equestrian Art Museum. Observe the town’s modern-day transportation equivalent at the Circuito de Velocidad de Jerez, which hosts car and motorcycle racing.

Learn about the local grape variant at Bodegas Fundador Pedro Domecq, Bodegas Emilio Lustau and González Byass and Bodegas Tío Pepe. Taste the brandy and sherry of international renown that is made here.

Jerez is located near the border with Portugal in the region of Andalusia in southwestern Spain. Jerez Airport serves many international destinations. Get around the historic town center on foot to appreciate the quaint alleys and plazas. Rent bicycles to see the countryside. Visit in spring for the Flamenco Festival of Jerez.

With its eclectic culture and rich history, Jerez de la Frontera is the engine that drives the province of Cádiz.

Accommodation in Jerez de la Frontera

Before making the trip to Jerez de la Frontera, lock in your booking for one of the 26 Jerez de la Frontera lodgings that are listed on Expedia's hotel website.

If you feel like splashing out for a special occasion, check out the guest services at the Hotel Serit, at Calle Higueras 7, and the Hotel Villa Jerez, at Avenida de la Cruz Roja 7. If those don't grab you, be sure to check out the Barcelo Montecastillo Golf, at Carretera de Arcos Km 6, and the Hotel Casa Grande, at Plaza De Las Angustias, 3, two of the cheaper options in town.

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