Jerez de la Frontera Things to Do

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  • 1. Bodegas

    Bodega Gonzáles-Byass, located in the center of Jerez de la Frontera, was established in 1835 by Manuel María González Angel and Robert Blake Byass – and the company is still run by the Gonzalez...

  • 2. The Alcazar of Jerez

    4 out of 5 stars

    The castle, generally called Alcazar in spanish, was built in the 12th century and it seems to be one of the few examples of Almohad architecture on the Peninsula. Jerez was, at the time of its...

  • 3. Real Escuela Andaluza de Arte Ecuestre

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A tip - when going to attend the Horse Show, be aware that the covered ring is COLD and DAMP. So, take a coat. We attended in December, on a lovely sunny day, and after sitting for a while, we were...

  • 4. Streets and Squares

    The Plaza del Arenal was once the place of bullfights, and battles and duels between knights, but today a peaceful square in the center of Jerez de la Frontera. It is surrounded by some old...

  • 5. Catedral de San Salvador

    A complete surprise inside and very interesting. There was a very good exhibition on of 750 years of Christianity in Jerez when we were there in December 2014. Don't miss the very pretty Court of the...

  • 6. Feria del Caballo

    I visited the Feria de la Caballo in May 2004. I only went there one evening. I just loved the music, the dancing and of cause the food and sherry. We went from one "casetas" to the next, dancing,...

  • 7. Palacio del Tiempo

    The Palace of Time is a collection of over 300 clocks and watches from 17 - 19th centuries. There are clocks of many styles and types from France, England, Austria and Italy and they are all in...

  • 8. Santo Domingo convent

    I was curious about the mixture of styles in this building denouncing several modifications and additions. It was closed when we were there and it was a pity,...

  • 9. The Zoo

    What a pleasant surprise! We spent a lovely three hours here, wandering through what was originally a botanical garden and now has the zoo interspersed amongst...

  • 10. El Museo del Belen

    The Nativity Scene Museum is the biggest one in Spain and one of the few of this kind of museum in the world. It displays amazing Christmas artworks. The museum...

  • 11. Museo Aracheologico

    I hadn’t expected much and boy, was I in for a surprise. After various locations around the town, in 2012 the collection moved into a new and purpose-altered...

  • 12. Church and Cloisters of Santo Domingo

    The Cloisters are open from 11.00-14.00The Church is open for Mass at 09.00, 12.00 and 20.00You can also visit the Church from 09.00-10.45Cloisters have been...

  • 13. Andalusian Centre for Flamenco

    Although the site says there is a video show and a museum, this is not the case. Neither is available now.If you are in the area, it is an interesting house to...

  • 14. Domecq's palace

    Domecq is a word tightly linked to Jerez de la Frontera, for many decades related to wine and bullfights.This Baroque palace, built in the 18th century for the...

  • 15. Hammam Andalusì Arabian Bath

    I've been living here in Jerez for several months. In Jerez I found many things to do and to see. I particularly love the Hammam. At least once a week I go...


    If you want to live an exciting and unique experience, enjoying of the incredible views of the strait of Gibraltar, Alcornocales' Natural Park, Doñana's...

  • 17. Flamenco Show

    The El Laga' de Tio Parrilla is a professional restaurant with dancers, singers and musicians. I got a discount ticket from the hostel that included 2 free...

  • 18. Zoo Botanic

    www.zoobotanicojerez.comMy husband and I had a great time visiting this small but interesting zoo. We went on a beautiful day in May which made the visit that...

  • 19. Jerez Railway Station

    Jerez station is wonderful – especially the coloured tiles covering the walls along platform 1. It’s interesting to reflect that in spite of the enormous...

  • 20. Hammam Andalusi (Arab Baths)

    An absolute treat and a must do while visiting Jez de la Frontera is a visit to Hammam Andalusi or arab baths, wonderfully relaxing on a hot day. 3 plunge baths...

  • 21. Doñana National Park

    The National Park is not in Jerez, but is a half hour bus journey away in Sañlucar.It used to be the hunting grounds for the Kings of Spain until General...

  • 22. If you don't want to walk...

    The tourist train starts from the Plaza Arenal, close to the Alcazar. It is parked across from the Colegio Publico just behind the statue of of Miguel De...

  • 23. LA CARTUJA

    La Cartuja, is a monastery called also El Monasterio de Nuestra Señora de la Defension (The Monastery of Our Lady of Defense). It belongs to the Cartesian Order...

  • 24. Have an Arabic Bath (Hammam)

    I took an Arabic bath in the centre of Jerez, and have nothing but positive feedback for this hydrotherapy.... The place is beautiful, and must be the quietest...


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