One of the most important cities in Andalucia and the 5th biggest city in the territory. Jerez is the birthplace of flamenco, the horses and the wine.
Jerez was discovered by the Phoenicians in 1200 BC, then arrived the Tartessos, the Carthaginians and Romans (who named the city), expelled by the Visigoths, then the Byzantines and then the arabs until the XV century. Also conquered by the British in XIX century, all thanks to the Sherry, of which they were the main wine market.
- Wine City, wine museums and wineries.
- Horse City, with exhibitions of carthusians horses famous in the whole Europe.
- Motor City, GP leader every year.
- Flamenco, peñas and tablaos where you can enjoy the Flamenco singing.
- Parties declared tourtistic interests like: the horse fair, the grape harvest, Semana Santa and Christmas Zambombas.