Hotels in Jerez de la Frontera
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Al Andalus Jerez
Jerez de la Frontera 482 yd from city centre
To A-4 to Jerez.Exit: Cañada Ancha. Follow road Madrid-Cádiz, Av Andalucía, Av del Alcalde Álvaro Domecq.At a roundabout...
Jerez de la Frontera 298 yd from city centre
Enjoy recreation amenities such as an attached winery or take in the view from a terrace. Additional amenities at this Mediterranean...
Yit Casa Grande
Jerez de la Frontera 761 yd from city centre
Take in the views from a rooftop terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge...
Soho Boutique Jerez & Spa
Jerez de la Frontera 460 yd from city centre
Housed in the restored wine cellars of Williams & Humbert, the elegant Soho Boutique Jerez & Spa offers chic and colourful...
Ibis Jerez De La Frontera Cadiz
Jerez de la Frontera 1.3 mi from city centre
Location: in the commercial and shopping area, exit Sur de Jerez, 10 Km. from the beach and 3 Km. from the city centre.
Jerez de la Frontera 593 yd from city centre
The Hotel is located 7kms form the airport of Jerez and 12kms from the nearest beaches of ?Puerto de Santa Maria?.From Cadiz...
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Renowned for its sherry, brandy, horses and flamenco, Jerez de la Frontera (or just Jerez) is a fantastic holiday destination. The city is a dreamy mix of classic Andalusian architecture, old Moorish fortifications and cute narrow alleyways which open up into resplendent courtyards. It's a pleasure to get lost here in the many small taverns or tapas bars.
Whether you’re looking for old-world charm or modern boutique stays, Jerez de la Frontera has plenty of hotels to choose from.
Neighbourhoods of Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera has many neighbourhoods to explore:
- Centro: The city centre is where you’ll find the charming old town. Many attractions are located here, including the famed Catedral de San Salvador and a scattering of must-visit sherry bodegas.
- Madre de Dios : Home to the pretty Plaza de las Angustias and a number of fine restaurants, this eastern part of the city is a real treat. It's also close to the city's train station.
- Divina Pastora - La Yeguada: This northern residential section of the city is close to Plaza Mamelon and consists of some great dining options. This is also where you'll find horse dancing performances at the Fundación Real Escuela Andaluza Del Arte Ecuestre.
- Plaza de Toros : Home to the city’s bull ring, this area is mostly residential but also contains some modern restaurant developments.
What to see and do in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez is the perfect cultural destination. It hosts a number of first-rate museums, including the excellent archaeological museum, Museo Arqueológico, and the horse-carriage museum, Museo del Enganche. The latter is located in an equestrian centre where you can catch shows. The city's historic monuments remain the most alluring. Alcázar, an 11th-century fortress, is one of the most impressive Almohad-era buildings in the whole of Andalucía. The city's famed cathedral, Catedral de San Salvador, is another stand-out with its impressive blend of baroque, Gothic and neoclassical styles. Lastly, if you want to learn about or watch local flamenco performances, head to the intriguing Centro Andaluz de Flamenco.
What to eat in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez has an interesting local cuisine which marries Spanish and Moorish influences. Tapas is big here, with one of the most popular dishes being Riñones al Jerez, kidneys fried in garlic and olive oil. Rabo de Toro is also a local favourite, made from bull's tail stewed in sherry and water. Seafood is also popular, so be sure to try local Gambas and Langoustines simply cooked in olive oil. Tortillas de Camarones, or shrimp fritters, are another speciality to look out for.
Typical events and festivals in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez celebrates all the major Spanish festivals, including Carnival, Navidad and Semana Santa. But there are also a number of intriguing local festivities, including the famed Feria de Jerez in May. This festival is a celebration of the region's horse culture and includes riding competitions and parades. Another event to look out for is Fiestas de la Vendimia, the wine harvest festival which takes place from late-August to mid-September.
How to move around in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez is well served by a comprehensive public bus network and prevalent taxi cab services. There's also a train station with easy access to other parts of Spain.
The climate in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez has a subtropical/Mediterranean climate with very mild winters and long, hot summers. You can expect average highs of 34°C in summer with winter months rarely dipping below 10°C.
More interesting facts about and sights in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez' sherry wine is legendary, so be sure to stop by a tabanco (tavern) to try the local produce. If you'd like a more in-depth tasting, bodegas are found across the city, including many big name brands like González–Byass (better known as Tío Pepe), Sandeman and Lustau.