From Jerez to Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cadiz and along the coast up to Vejer de la Frontera; the route continues then to the interior towards Arcos de la Frontera.

approx. 225 kilometers/ 140 miles,
Possible excursion to Gibraltar.

Jerez de la Frontera (Miles 0; 191,000 Inhabitants)
The biggest city of the province and center of numerous economic activities. Famous for his sherry wine cellars (bodegas) and for Andalusian horse-breeding. Has a nice historical center.

Sanlúcar de Barrameda (Miles 14; 62,300 Inhabitants)
Charming town, located at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river. From here come the white “manzanilla” wine and delicious prawns. Castle Santiago; churches de la Trinidad and Nuestra Señora de la O. Boat excursions to the Doñana National Park.

Chipiona (Miles 20; 17,300 Inhabitants)
Coast village with marina and an impressive lighthouse. Worth visiting is the sanctuary Nuestra Señora de la Regla.

Rota (Miles 31; 26,400 Inhabitants)
Formerly a fishing village, today a place of summer holidays for families. Well preserved old town and nice beaches. Church Nuestra Señora de la O.

El Puerto de Santa María (Miles 40; 79,900 Inhabitants)
Ancient fishing town. Christopher Columbus departed twice from its port towards America. Birth place of the Andalusian poet Rafael Alberti. Many monuments, churches and the monastery of Nuestra Señora de la Victoria.

Cádiz (Miles 56; 135,000 Inhabitants)
The most ancient city of Europe, located in the bay of the same name, was – according to the legend – founded by Hercules (“Melkart”). The Romans called it Gades.

San Fernando (Miles 65; 88,500 Inhabitants)
Located on the other side of the bay, it is the “twin” city of Cadiz. As Cadiz it bloomed in the 18th century. Many Baroque and Neoclassic style.

Chiclana de la Frontera (Miles 71; 65,750 Inhabitants)
Placed between salt mines and pine groves, this village possesses a beautiful beach called la Barrosa (6 Miles long). Churches San Juan Bautista, Santa Ana and Jesus Nazareno.

Conil de la Frontera (Miles 86; 18,650 Inhabitants)
Historical maritime village, nowadays in full tourist raise. Tower of Guzmán el Bueno, church Santa Catalina; convents de la Victoria and San Francisco de Paula. 14 km of fine beaches.

Vejer de la Frontera (Miles 97; 12,700 Inhabitants)
Village of medieval character, its historic center is protected. Arabic castle, many churches and a convent de las Monjas Recepcionistas.
– Cape Trafalgar (9 miles), near the site of Admiral Nelson’s victory against the French and Spanish fleets in 1805;
– village of Barbate with the Natural Park La Breña y Marismas de Barbate (6 miles);
– Tarifa, a surfer’s paradise (31 miles southeast).

Medina Sidonia (Miles 116; 10,800 Inhabitants)
Phoenician foundation with Arabic style and archaeological remains of the Roman period. Ancient city gates. Churches Santa Maria la Mayor, Santiago and San Juan de Dios.
– to Alcala de los Gazules (19 miles)
– to the Natural Park los Alcornocales.

Arcos de la Frontera (Miles 139; 28,750 Inhabitants)
Situated on a mountain range 160 meters high above the Guadalete river. One of the most beautiful villages of Andalusia.