• What to visit in Jerez de la Frontera?
  • What to visit in Jerez de la Frontera?
  • What to visit in Jerez de la Frontera?

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What to visit in Jerez de la Frontera?

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Royal School of Equestrian Art

Royal School of Equestrian Art

The Royal School of Equestrian Art, one of the “must see” tourist attractions in Jerez de la Frontera, was founded for the purpose of conserving, selecting and improving the Andalusian horse breed. Tourists can choose from many shows to enjoy, but without a doubt the show, “How the Andalusian Horses Dance” is an authentic equestrian ballet. Its choreography is based on Classic and Vaquera Dressage reprises, with quintessentially Spanish music and outfits typical of the 18th century. Only those who have seen it can appreciate this spectacular performance. A tour of the school and its facilities takes a half day. (www.realescuela.org).

El Palacio de Tiempo

The Palace of Time

There is an 18th century legend that tells of a wine dealer who decided to settle in Jerez. Obsessed with controlling time, he began to collect watches from many countries: French, English, Austrian and Italian. They adorned the rooms of his mansion. Because of the love that he had for his watches he became the eternal guardian of this magnificent collection, and a unique relationship developed between the man and his watches. The result: one of the world’s most important collections, with 300 watches from the 17th, 18th and 19th century, in perfect working order. It is a half day’s visit to enjoy this magical atmosphere. (www.elmisteriodejerez.org).

Horse Carriage Museum

Horse Carriage Museum

Opened on Sept. 17, 2002, the Horse Carriage Museum is located in what once was the Pemartin winery, with 7,000 square metres of floor space. Once the visitor arrives at this exclusive location, tour begins in the grand cloverleaf patio, with its enchanting crystal fountain, the colourful bougainvilleas, the olives and the aroma of the orange blossoms. You will need a half day to visit it. (www.realescuela.org/museoeng.htm).

The Fortress of Jerez

The Fortress of Jerez

The Fortress of Jerez, one of the citiy's most emblematic monuments. Built in the 12th century, it is one of the rare examples of almohade architecture on the Peninsula. It is located in the southeast corner of the walled public space, forming with its walls, towers and gates a complex defense system. From the original Islamic fortress, there remain two gates, the mosque, the Arabian baths, the octagonal and the Pavilion of the Doña Blanca patio at the foot of this tower. For a complete tour, you will need a half day. (www.webjerez.com/index.ph.pi)

Nuestras bodegas

Our bodegas

To visit Jerez and not get to know any of its bodegas is to miss visiting the land of wine par excellence. Plan a half day’s enjoyment visiting one of the following: (www.alavarodomecq.com).

Ole Jerez Map

Ole Jerez Map

Download for free the Ole Jerez Map. Tourist Office, Bodegas Tío Pepe, Royal School of Equestrian Art, Jerez and Museums of the Watchtower..

Ruta del Vino y el Brandy Marco de Jerez

Ruta del Vino y el Brandy Marco de Jerez

Enotourism. We invite you to enjoy Enotourism in Jerez with its multiple activities.

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