Jerez de la Frontera is the fifth largest City in Andalusia in terms of inhabitants and the second most extensive municipal area in Spain. Located in the province of Cádiz, in southern Andalusia with a mild, pleasing climate, a landscape of rolling hills planted with vines that lead us down to the sea and a coastline of extensive white sand beaches; a territory rich in history, cultural heritage and natural resources.

Dating back to Phoenician times Jerez is known throughout the world for its sherry wines, for breeding Carthusian horses, as the birthplace of Flamenco, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, and motor sport.

Its municiapl área includes the Alcronocales Nature Park, and from the City can be seen the mountains of the Sierra de Cádiz and the Sierra de Grazalema Nature Park, a route dotted with White villages full of history and beauty.

Jerez is a purely Andalusia City, with true taste and charm where tradition lives in perfect harmony with modernity and you can enjoy a wide range of attactions, its fiestas, a stroll through a City centre declared of Historic–Artistic Interest, its cuisine and tapas in bars and tabancos, in a bustiing lively historic centre.

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