Enjoy our city with the best equestrian shows watching exhibitions like “Como bailan los caballos” (Dancing horses), or an educational walk about horse training at “El Picadero” and visit the facilities and the museum at the Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre Foundation.
Visit “La Yeguada de la Cartuja-Hierro del Bocado”, which is the main livestock of the world dedicated to the Carthusian Horse. You can also enjoy the visiting the brave livestock of Torrestrella and the famous horses of Álvaro Domecq at the Los Albujeros property.
We propose you to visit the famous wineries, centenarian monuments in the historic center of Jerez de la Frontera.
The wineries of Gonzalez Byass, one the most important wineries in Jerez, are known in the whole world because of its wines and brandies, like Tío Pepe, Soberano and Lepanto Brandy; These wineries were founded by Pedro Domecq in 1730 and they are considerate ones of the most antique of Jerez. If you visit their facilities it is like going back to the Jerez of the 18th Century. It is not only wine, but also culture.
Wineries of Real Tesoro and Valdespino, famous for the appliance of reduce of histamine method to their wines. The facilities have stables were they raise horses of pure Spanish race, antique works of art and a winery of Lola Flores, with a sculpture of her included. Moreover, the Tradición wineries also have an art collection of more than 300 works of important Spanish artists from 15th to 19th Centuries like Zurbarán, Velázquez or Goya.
Jerez de la Frontera is known by the experts as the “Cradle of Flamenco art”.
Come and visit the cradle of Flamenco, the place where this art and this centenary tradition were born.
“Tablao Flamenco Puro Arte” offers you all the modern commodities in a traditional environment, perfect to make you enjoy a passionate and strong show, a concept thought for those who are looking for a high quality Flamenco.
The “Guarida del Ángel” or “La Taberna Flamenca” are other magnificent alternatives to get into the magic world of Flamenco.
Jerez is more than monuments, wineries, wine and brandy, more than Spanish horses and Flamenco. Jerez is a live and dynamic city so we invite you to know and visit through a great tour.
The panoramic tour offers you the possibility to touch, smell, taste, hear and feel Jerez. We invite you to walk through the countryside o Jerez, the harvest and the life in the vineyard. Visit some emblematic monuments for instance, the Cathedral, El Alcazar, San Miguel’s church, Santo Domingo’s cloister and the wineries with the sightseeing bus.
Thanks to the great situation of the hotel, it is possible to get into the wide culturist universe that Jerez and its museums has.
The Monumental Alcazar and the Dark Chamber, declared an Artistic Historic Monument and a Good of Cultural Interest, the oldest and the most important of the city, dated in the 12th Century.
Visit the permanent public exhibition of old watches dated in the 17th and 19th century at The Atalaya Museum.
Chambers dedicated to the paleography of Jerez and an archeology selection explaining the human evolution from the Paleolithic to Medieval History at the Archeological Museum.
The historical center of the city has a rich heritage of palaces from Medieval History.
The Royal Palace, from the Medieval, with an amazing neoclassical façade; the Ancient Domecq Palace, with a baroque style and dated in the 18th century. You will also find the Palace of Abrantes Duke, currently the Royal Academy of equestrian art, was built by the architect Francés Charles Garnier, he also designed the Opera of Paris and Montecarlo’s Casino dated in the 19th century.
Jerez has a wide variety of religious monuments with a high cultural and historical value. Some outstanding are The Cathedral of Jerez de la Frontera, a baroque construction dated between 1695 and 1778.
La Cartuja de Santa María de la Defensión, probably the most important artistic value of Cadiz. Andrés de la Ribera and the chapel of St. Mary of the Defensión are of great interest because of its Greco-Roman style, also the small Gothic cloister, the courtyard of the Myrtles and the paintings by Roelas decorating the main altar of the church.
Discover the most hidden corners of this historical city while you enjoy a pleasant tour on a horse carriage throughout the center of Jerez. Relax at the Arabic baths “Hamman Andalusí”. You can also visit the botanic zoo of Jerez, one of the oldest of the country.