The night is dark and harbors horrors ... Join us to discover the most hidden and mysterious side of Jerez! We reveal the best kept secrets that inhabit its corners.
Undoubtedly many things will ring a bell if Jerez is mentioned like its famous wine or motorcycle circuit. Today, you´ll also have the chance to find out all about its history, its flavours and its good people.
Visit the Alcazar of Jerez de la Frontera, this Amohad fortification was a fortress-palace and the main monument of Jerez.
Jerez is the cradle of flamenco and a land of wines, with excellent palaces and houses. We will discover the Cathedral of Jerez, Old Alcazar and its squares full of life.
Discover the most important monuments of Jerez de la Frontera illuminated, Palaces, Squares, Jerez Cathedral and Alcázar.
Admire the beauty of the stunning Church of San Dionisio, in honour to the patron saint of the city, and fall in love with such a Gothic jewel in Jerez de la Frontera.
Visit Jerez, the birthplace of flamenco, buleria (the most characteristic flamenco style of Jerez) and the art that is hidden in its streets and monuments.
Enjoy a gastro-cultural experience at one of the best wineries in Spain and a world famous wine icon. Wine tasting included!
The city of Jerez de la Frontera is a city of Cádiz, Andalusia, it is the most populated in the province, and is 12km from the Atlantic Ocean, Jerez has become a hub of communications and with great economic capacity in addition to being in a fertile area for agriculture and livestock that has made it undoubtedly known as the wine capital due to its famous Jerez promoted by the English at the time of the Catholic Monarchs.
Traveling to Jerez can be synonymous with visiting wineries, Jerez is a wine tourism destination thanks to its sherry wine, so it is mandatory to enter the interior of a winery to know the product first hand such as the Tío Pepe winery.
From Yoorney we recommend some activities, since Jerez has a lot of history from the time of the Romans, Muslims and Phoenicians and its historic center is very beautiful, with our guide tour in Spanish you will be able to see the walls of the old Alcázar de Jerez, with the rest of the mosque and Arab baths. If you want to take a free walking tour Jerez de la Frontera, you can book with us all the monuments of Jerez such as the beautiful Plaza de la Asunción, where you can photograph the Mudejar Church of San Dionisio, we also highlight the gypsy neighborhood of San Miguel, where you will find the church of San Miguel, if you want you can do our free tour Iglesia San Miguel in Jerez.
You can visit the interior of the Cathedral of Jerez that dates from the 17th century with Gothic, Neoclassical and Baroque styles, built on the remains of the Great Mosque of Jerez and the old Church of El Salvador from the 12th century, with its bell tower on which you can go up. Without a doubt, we have the best free tour Jerez de la Frontera.
One of the activities you can do in Jerez is go to an Andalusian horse show at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art with purebred horses and see how Andalusian horses dance, one of the hallmarks is the Carthusian horse or horse From Jerez dating back to the 15th century, without a doubt one of the best experiences to enjoy in Jerez, you can also accompany him with a visit to a flamenco show or let yourself go and book a mini flamenco dance course and learn like other Jerez artists like José Mercé or Lola Flores among many others. Live the infinity of excursions and tours that we offer you!
The Motorcycle Grand Prix that is held in Jerez is also well known, it is one of the most viewed speed circuits in Spain and gathers thousands of bikers every year.
If you are going to spend several days in Jerez you can go to the Puerto de Santa María and visit the Bodegas and the Toro de Osborne museum, less than an hour from Jerez you can go to Seville, or Cádiz.