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Jerez Flamenco Day Trip from Cádiz
"In the seventeenth century troupes of gypsies abandoned their nomadic lifestyle to settle in the neighborhoods of Santiago and San Miguel in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Since then these streets have raised many of the stars of the flamenco genre such as Manuel Molina Antonio Chacón La Paquera Lola Flores
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Full Day Sherry Wine Experience from Cádiz
"You will be able to visit the vineyards of the countryside - where the grapes for our region’s wine production are grown and cared for - taste the best wines and brandies accompanied by the cuisine of our land visit wineries purchase products at source and admire the museum collections that preserve what the past has left us.The region’s oenological tradition dates back over 3000 years and has developed its own distinctive and exclusive elaboration method over this span of time. Its unique climatic conditions are ideal for the cultivation of three varieties of grape: the Palomino used to produce drier types of Sherry the Pedro Ximénez
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Jerez Flamenco Day Trip from Cádiz
"In the seventeenth century troupes of gypsies abandoned their nomadic lifestyle to settle in the neighborhoods of Santiago and San Miguel in the city of Jerez de la Frontera. Since then these streets have raised many of the stars of the flamenco genre such as Manuel Molina Antonio Chacón La Paquera Lola Flores
From EUR150.00

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Santa Maria de la Asuncion

The Basilica of Arcos is called Santa Maria de la Asuncion (Saint Mary of the Ascension). Like the most important church in so many Spanish cities, this is built over the remains of the mosque....
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Walking around the streets

You will get lost! Accept it. You will. But please don't worry, you won't reach the end of the street and stare down into a precipice. One of the loveliest things about Arcos is the whitewashed...
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El Castillo (The Castle)

Arcos has a rather large castle that dominates the Historic Center of the town. It was originally an Arab fortress from the 11th century. Its present look dates from the 18th century after significant...
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Convento de la Encarnacion

The only working convent still in Arcos. You cannot visit the interior at all. The facade is pretty, in gothic-planteresque style. Built in the 16th century, it was a hospital, chapel and place for...
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The lake/reservoir--Bird sanctuary

Opposite the side of Arcos that contains the historical area, you can find a large reservoir. In summer it is used for water sports including kayaking, sailing, parasailing, water skiing.Because of...
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Walking Tour of Arcos

The Tourism Office sponsors a walking tour of the town. It lasts an hour (more or less) and cost 3 euro at the time of my visit. Language might be a bit of a problem, it was limited service in other...
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Spectacular views

Being at the top of the cliff, you have a wonderful viewpoint to the surrounding countryside. It is fertile, rich land. Of course closer to the town it is much more rocky. To get an upwards view of...
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Arcos De La Frontera: View From Guadalete Valley

Both from the top of the hill on the town and below Arcos de la Frontera is an impressive hill town. It is no wonder that Arcos became such an important town for the Moors beginning in the early 11th...
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Narrow but Colorful Streets

As you walk up or down from the Plaza de Carbildo, get off the main street. Some of the streets are less than 12 feet in width but still wide enough for drivers of small cars with one way traffic...
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Iglesia de Santa María de la Asunción

Once you get up the hill to the Plaza del Cabildo and you look down the plaza you will see the Iglesia de Santa Maria. It is the most prominent building on the square. We could not find evidence of...
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Views From Plaza del Cabildo

The Plaza del Cabildo has some of the finest views of the surrounding valley from its overlooks. It also contains some of the most prominent buildings in the City. On the right of the Plaza is the...
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Jardin Andalusi

We didnt actually go in these gardens, didnt really have the time, but passed by and you could see a little bit of them. They are situated next to the Mayaorazgo Palace.It is an andalucia water...
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Mayorazgo Palace

This former palace is now used as government offices. It is 17th century. There is a lovely courtyard which is the oldest in Arcos, that is 15th century.Opening times: Monday - Saturday 10-2pm and...
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St Marys (Santa Maria de la Asuncion)

I think there was a bit of a dispute as to whether this church or St Peters (nearby) as to which was the 'higher' church. However Rome stepped in and in 1764 named St Marys as the 'first church' of...
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