Cádiz
Jerez de la Frontera
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Jerez de la Frontera The Essential
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Jerez de la Frontera is only a few kilometres from the coast, but feels more landlocked than maritime. This dynamic wine-growing town, world-famous for its sherry, is also a cultural capital blessed with a rich artistic heritage, as witnessed in its old streets dotted with medieval churches and Renaissance palaces. One of the birthplaces of Flamenco, Jerez is also famous for its equestrian traditions and its superb Andalucian horses (cartujanos), the stars of the Feria del Caballo in May.

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Jerez de la Frontera Historic Quarter
Jerez de la Frontera Historic Quarter
Jerez has an extraordinary architectural
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House of the Cabildo
House of the Cabildo
Its Renaissance façade has, as the main
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Jerez de la Frontera cathedral
Jerez de la Frontera cathedral
The cathedral was one of the most
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Carthusian monastery
Carthusian monastery
Construction of La Cartuja started in
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St. Michael's Church (San Miguel)
St. Michael's Church (San Miguel)
The oldest of the church's façades, the
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Alcázar
Alcázar
It is from here that you will have the
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