Jerez is a city of art, history, horses, wineries, flamenco, which remains largely unknown from the historical and artistic point of view, which has nothing to envy to any other city famous for its monumental heritage.
The route starts at the monuments of Plaza del Arenal: the Royal Gate, ( Puerta Real ) where the Catholic Monarchs come into the city and stayed here for three days.
The tabancos are taverns where they all kinds of sherry were drank, and where occasionally flamenco used to liven up those citizens' meetings.
Bottles and cups filled the tables, numbered in the tens throughout the town.
You can discover Arcos de la Frontera in a guided walk throught its steep and narrow streets, that form the town's historical area, crowned by the Basilica of St. Mary of the Assumption Church and Saint Peter among others churches.
"Cadiz, salt clarity", the poet said .... Capital of the province near all its villages, so different in its architecture and singular in its history.
Vejer de la Frontera ... a white village although not in the Route of the White Villages, but in the Route of Costa de la Luz, leaves fall its historic charm from the mountain that harbor it, to the countryside and the province of Cádiz's South Coast
Tarifa is a magical city. It is a paradise for wind, the surf city, the southernmost city in the Iberian Peninsula, located in a geographical and historical vantage point, will do you feel between two worlds: the end of Europe and the beginning of Africa.