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Vejer de la Frontera.[1]The province of Cádiz has a privileged geographical position, which has greatly influenced the Spain's history by echoes of all periods where the Romans, Arabs, Christians have remained, and where several villages have retained the surname "de la Frontera". We visit three towns: Jerez, Arcos and Vejer

El gallo azulDeparting from Jerez de la Frontera, we will start the visit in this town, the biggest in the province, from the plains of Santo Domingo and over its walls for visiting the old town with the most emblematic churches (San Marcos, San Dionisio, the Cathedral, the beautiful places we visit along the route), the wall and the Alcázar.
We depart from Jerez to one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, just in 30 Kms, Arcos (remember that all complete their official place names like "border"). Located on a rock, crowned with the churches of Main of Santa María and San Pedro's, and located in an absolutely enviable scenic spot: A prehistoric village, with Arab, and Christian flavor, which has a balcony facing south, the countryside and the La Janda Interior, one of the majestic profile of the Sierra de Grazalema, and another to Lake Arcos, form of Guadalete River facing the Peña Vieja.
You will enjoy its steep streets to the Arab fashion and one of the most beautiful villages in Spain in words of the writer, Azorin.
Heading south, we depart to Vejer, white village inserted in the region of La Janda Litoral, also located on a hill from which you can see the stillness of the Atlantic Ocean in front of the north side of Morocco, where its waters are cornering to the Strait of Gibraltar; visual spectacle that can be viewed from Vejer's ramparts on your viewpoint with the monument to the "cobijada" woman, height crowned by Divine Saviour Church and the Arab castle.
Vistas desde el Lago de Arc