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Cadiz Shore Excursion: Seville On Your Own
"Meet our representative close to the port main exit and sit comfortably in your A/C coach for the 80 minutes drive towards Seville. As you leave Cadiz with some other cruisers fellow our representative will tell you about the main monuments that can be seen. On this 80 minutes exciting  journey to Seville you will spot some Andalusian villages as well as observing the beautiful landscape that characterises this area. Your knowledgable representative will give you a general insight about the history lifestyle and culture of the area. Grab the opportunity to ask all the questions that will satisfy your curiosity! On arrival to Seville you will ride along the beautiful Palm Trees Avenue where some of the outstanding pavillions from the 1929 World Exposition can be seen before stopping in Plaza de España one of the most spectacular sightseeing in Spain. Time will be allowed to wander around this real gem and make a visit before boarding your coach until your arrival point in Seville historical centre. Your non-guided visit will start in Puer the Real Alcazar Palace and the Jewish Quarter can be reached within a minute walk.  During your time in Seville
From EUR32.00
 
Jerez Airport Private Transfer to Surroundings
"Forget about the hassle of hiring a taxi or joining a shared shuttle bus when you arrive at Jerez International airport. Simply book this private transportation service and enjoy a relaxed journey to your hotel on the Costa de la Luz Costa Ballena or Jerez without any worry about taxi fares public transport timetables and late arrivals. Travel in a comfortable Mercedes Vito minivan for up to 8 passengers. The price is the same for groups of one and up to 8 passengers. The service is available 24 hours a day seven days a week; and covers drop-offs at hotels and accommodations in Cadiz Jerez Rota
From EUR120.00
 
Cadiz Shore Excursion: Small-Group Guided Scenic and Walking Tour
"While your cruise ship is in Cadiz make your own way to the prearranged meeting point near the port. Meet your guide and board an air-conditioned minivan for your shore excursion around this ancient city.Enjoy a panoramic tour as your guide recounts Cadiz’ 3000-year-old history. Founded by the Phoenicians in the 2nd century BC the peninsula-based city is one of Europe’s oldest an age evidenced by its Roman Moorish and Baroque architecture.Drive around Cadiz’ handsome New Town and stop for photos at the 17th-century Puerta da Tierra city gate. Then take in La Caleta Beach
From EUR67.00

More Things to Do in Vejer de la Frontera

Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia

If you are in Vejer de la Frontera, the amazing Roman ruins of Baelo Claudia are less than an hour away by car and are well worth the trip! Located beside the small coastal village of Bolonia (and...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 20, 2009

Beautiful 'white' villages!

By this stage of our trip to Andalusia we had already either seen or been in several 'white' villages during our travels, but this was the first time we actually had accommodations in one of them....
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 17, 2009

The 600-year old Christian church

As happened at many locations in Spain, following the conquest of Vejer by the Christian forces of King Alphose X in 1248, the original Moorish mosque located here was heavily modified as it was...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 16, 2009

Cabo de Trafalgar has always interested me

The weather had been improving all day long, so as soon as we had checked into our hostal in Vejer de la Frontera we quickly left the hilltop for the short drive to Cabo de Trafalgar on the nearby...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 16, 2009

Narrow steets of ancient Vejer

One of the easiest things to do in Vejer is to simply walk around the town on its narrow cobbled streets taking in the atmosphere of the tall white buildings that hem you in. There is nothing that is...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 16, 2009

Vejer's old city walls

By the time we had driven up the coast from Tarifa, with stops at Bolonia and Zahara de los Atunes thrown in, as well as a drive to Cape Trafalgar after checking into our hostal in Vejer, we never...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 15, 2009
 
 
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Lighthouse and Tower at Cabo de Trafalgar

Standing with it's strong light mounted 51-m (167-ft) above the Atlantic Ocean, the circular lighthouse at Cape Trafalgar is quite impressive. Although originally built in 1862, it had eight ribs...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 15, 2009

Very interesting countryside

About one week earlier, we had made an inland drive through mountainous countryside while travelling the A381 superhighway from Cadiz to Estepona - and had been quite impressed by the scenery then,...
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Bwana_Brown
Sep 14, 2009

Streets of old Vejer

I think that Zohara and I most enjoy just wandering the old streets. Instead of only running between the tourist sites, we like to take the back alleys and out of the way streets to see where the...
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Martin_S.
Jul 16, 2008

Molinos (windmills)

We arrived in Vejer de la Frontera specially to visit the Molinos (or windmills) that are located here. We were suprised to find (after having visited windmills in Holland) that they were not very...
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Martin_S.
Jul 16, 2008

Landscape

You can walk along the edge of Vejer, along the paseo where there is a large walkway and instead of seeing the sea as in other towns in Cadiz you can see rolling hills. In April they are green and in...
blint
Apr 13, 2008

Mansions and Patios

Around the town you can also see old mansions dating back to the 18th Century like the one in the photo. These almost always contain Andaluz patios containing a great flower display. Many will also...
blint
Apr 13, 2008

Old City Walls

You can still see the remains of the city walls from the time where the moors controlled the town and were fighting off the Christians who were trying to re take it. Most of the walls that remain have...
blint
Apr 13, 2008

El Divino Salvador

El Divino Savlador got it's name from when the Christian's reconquered Vejer on the 6th August, it is now a catholic parish church, but it hasn't always been that way. In the past it has been a Muslim...
blint
Apr 13, 2008

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Patria, Vejer de la Frontera, Vejer de la Frontera, 11150, Spain
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Calle Rosario 11 - 13, Vejer, 11150, Spain
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Los Parralejos, Vejer de la Frontera, 11150, Spain
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Top 5 Vejer de la Frontera Writers

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SirRichard

"One of the whitest nicest villages in the south"
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Bwana_Brown

"One beautiful little 'White' village!"
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blint

"VEJER DE LA FRONTERA"
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LoriPori

"A STRONG MOORISH CHARACTER"
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Beach_dog

"Vejer De La Frontera."
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