Jerez is situated 83 kms south of Seville and 30 kms North East of Cadiz in the agricultural plains south of the Rio Guadalquivir.

Each of the many different cultures that have settled here over the past few centuries have had an enormous influence upon the physical appearance of Jerez and numerous archaeological remains which bear witness to the fact can still be seen, both in the surrounding countryside and within the city itself.

The northeast of the province of Cádiz is an area in Andalusia of singular charm, known today as the Route of the White Villages.

In Andalusia whiteness is the dominant feature in these mountain villages, isolated in the past and very welcoming today.