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    Hotel Boutique Bellas Artes, Jerez de la Frontera

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    Exe Guadalete, Jerez de la Frontera

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    Barceló Montecastillo Golf, Jerez de la Frontera

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    Jerez de la Frontera was highly rated for food by 38 guests from the United States! Jerez de la Frontera Travel Guide

    A Tradition of Sherry, Horses and Flamenco

    A town synonymous with sherry, dancing horses and motorsports, Jerez de la Frontera also features the typical Andalusian traits of gorgeous sunshine, elaborately painted tiles and rhythmic flamenco.

    The latter was reportedly born here and the town is home to the Andalusian Center of Flamenco. Nearby is the "bodega" of Harveys, a sherry brand with great wine cellar tours. Others include Pedro Domecq – the oldest – and the internationally acclaimed Tio Pepe.

    There's no shortage of horse statues all over town and a park houses the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, a dressage riding school with public performances. The annual Jerez Horse Fair is an even more spectacular event that takes over the whole town. The town is also teeming with bike enthusiasts during the Spanish Moto GP, the same circuit that hosts pre-season F1 testing.

    Other sights include Jerez Alcázar, an 11th-century Moorish castle, and the multifaceted cathedral which is beautifully lit at night. Plaza del Mercado has the archaeology museum and part of the city walls surround the historic center. The Hammam Andalusí has a wonderful Arab baths experience, and the Cartuja monastery provides delicious soul food.’s Jerez de la Frontera accommodations include 5-star hotels with pools, cheap apartments and guesthouses near the train station, with direct connections to Jerez Airport.