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Located in the province of Cadiz, 15 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean, the wine region of Jerez de la Frontera is the birthplace of flamenco. The city’s history and economy revolve around its wine, namely the internationally renowned Sherry. It is home to wineries of great architectural importance, such as the González Byass winery, whose famous Tío Pepe logo references both wine and a flamenco guitarist, and is the perfect symbol for the city.
But Jerez attractions are not only limited to wine and art, as it is also home to the Carthusian horse, the Spanish Fighting Bull and the Jerez Formula 1 Racetrack. Take one of our cheap flights to Jerez de la Frontera and experience incredible must-see equestrian shows, performed by the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and the Yeguada Hierro del Bocado stud. If this isn’t enough, Jerez is also a city of monuments, and its Phoenician, Roman, Muslim and Christian past has provided the historical centre with a plethora of varying architectural styles and unique buildings.
Attractions range from the 18th century Jerez Cathedral, a mix of Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical styles, to the numerous Renaissance and Baroque palaces, such as the Dávila, Pérez Luna and Bertemati. The impressive Alcázar, a fortified 12th century Arab town is one of the few remaining examples of Almohad architecture on the Iberian Peninsula. The Alcázar is home to the 17th century Villavicencio Palace, which includes the tallest tower of the city. In here you will find the Camera Obscura, a series of lenses and mirrors, which allow for a real-time bird’s eye view of the city and its streets and squares, as well as its monuments and far-away countryside.