Villa Jerez

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Avda de la Cruz Roja 7, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11407, Spain
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Forum Posts

Bus or train from Cadiz to Seville

by MikeandDenise

My wife and I are arriving in Cadiz by ship at 12.00 noon 8 May and departing Cadiz at 20.00 same day
Is it possible to go to Seville for the day
How far is it
Which is the best way to travel
How long will it take
Any suggestions??

Re: Bus or train from Cadiz to Seville

by alucas

It's quite a long way to Seville. The earliest train you might be able to get leaves at 13:00, and takes 1hour 47mins.
Have a look at

You can get the whole timetable and fare prices.

Re: Bus or train from Cadiz to Seville

by rogiti

Hello, you have little time to go and return to Seville, however I recommend you to stay in Cadiz and assured that you will like it, walking by their narrow streets, bars, churches, its people, walk on the beach etc. ..

Re: Bus or train from Cadiz to Seville

by blint

Both the forum replies you have received are very good. Train is the best way to go as the bus isn't really any cheaper and certainly doesn't take less time.

If you want to compare go to the comes bus site:

But to be honest you won't have much time there so why not just stay in Cadiz and enjoy the old centre and the beach. Here is a link to my Cadiz page to help you make up your mind as to whether it is worth staying in Cadiz:

Travel Tips for Cadiz

Pirates and Pilaging

by bugalugs

Sir Francis Drake also attacked the Spanish Armada here in the bay of Cadiz. For the three months following he either sunk or captured over 100 ships along the coast from Cadiz to Lisbon in Portugal.

It was also from Cadiz that Christopher Columbus sailed to the 'New World'.

Also as mentioned Napoleon fought here for the city, so it seems that a lot of well known people were in Cadiz at one time or another before me! :-)

Fishing along the walls

by kaloz

Is seems that anywhere man encounters the water, he will drop a line and try to catch a fish. Along the walls the water is shallow and warm and you can see the fish if you gaze over the walls. These fishermen were not actively fishing, they were enjoying the benches in the shade while their lines with bait patiently waited for the fish to get hungry.


by blint

Torture is not art nor culture it's a national disgrace (translation from the poster).

Cadiz does NOT have a Bull Ring but on the 17th and 18th June a couple of years ago they made a makeshift one and hosted bullfights.

This did not go down well with many of the locals who came out to protest against bullfighting and that Cadiz should play host to one after 39 years. Bull fighting isn't popular here.

If you like bullfighting or want to watch a fight then Cadiz Capital is not the place for you!


by bugalugs

No-one can visit Gibraltar without a trip up the Rock to see the monkeys. You are best not feeding them though, they are fed by their keepers, and have plenty of food although they will snatch food out of your hand if they can. They will jump on you whether you want them to or not. Well they all dont, but some do, one jumped on my husbands head and sat there as if he had every right to be sitting there, I at that point made a hasty retreat!

You can either walk up the Rock, though goodness knows why anyone would want to it would be exhausting, or you can take a taxi tour, this is usually shared with other occupants and can work out a bit cheaper and the taxi drivers are good and interesting and tell you about everything. Or you can get the cable car. Can be a bit of a queue in the summer months but later in the year there is no problem. However if the winds are high which sometimes they can be around the Rock then the cable car wont be working.

Gibraltar is also the place where when Lord Nelson was killed in the Battle of Waterloo his ship HMS Victory sailed into Gibraltar and his body brought ashore. There has just been his 200th centenary in Gibraltar.

For a small place Gibraltar has a lot of history and some interesting things to see.

The end of the night!

by Carmela71

The end of the night!
So many sunsets at this beach, so many good memories …

El final de la noche!
Cuantas madrugadas disfrutamos viendo el amanecer desde La Caleta, cuantas memorias, cuantos recuerdos….


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 Villa Jerez

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Jerez Hotel De La Frontera

Address: Avda de la Cruz Roja 7, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11407, Spain