Jerez, Costa de la Luz, Spain

A great place located in southern Spain, renowned for its Sherry and Brandy making regions.


Jerez is an inland city best known for its sherry and it is also a centre of equestrianism and flamenco dancing. Hotels in the city centre are surrounded by historic attractions and those on the outskirts offer good opportunities for golf and easy access to the beach and the Guadalete River. The coast is just 15km away and the city of Cadiz around 30km.

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Jerez Hotels (20)

Offering unparalleled service and quality, the Villa de Jerez Hotel is an ideal base for business and leisure travellers alike....

5 / 5 from 1 reviews

Located close to the main bodegas and best shopping area in Jerez, the Los Jandalos Jerez Hotel offers a comfortable and convenient base for exploring Jerez and the surrounding area....

2 / 5 from 1 reviews

The centrally located Asta Regia Jerez Hotel provides a warm hospitality together with great facilities....

Barcelo Jerez Montecastillo And Convention Center has a large Spa and a wealth of outdoor leisure facilities including a Golf Club, boot camp, sports courts and swimming pools. Accommodation includes ...

This Andalusian style hotel offers luxury accommodation and an extensive range of facilities ensuring all holidaymakers have a truly relaxing and pampered holiday....

The Bellas Artes Hotel is a great place for couples and families....

This air-conditioned family-run city hotel offers comfortable accommodation and a great central location; an ideal base for exploring this area of Spain....

This friendly and traditional hotel offers comfortable accommodation combined with unsurpassed service that ensures a truly memorable and relaxing stay....

Around a 15-minute walk to the centre of Jerez, this hotel is attached to the Nuevo Chapin Stadium, home to Xerez C.D. football team. ...

The Itaca Jerez Hotel is an ideal place for people who want to visit the famous wine cellars of Jerez....

The Hotel Jerez and Spa offers comfortable accommodation with good facilities on site, situated close to the centre of Jerez....

This former monastery would suit those looking for a traditional style hotel in the centre of this historical city....

Built in 1892 and renovated in 2002, this hotel offers superior accommodation and a good central location making this an ideal base for exploring Jerez....

Basic city hotel with comfortable accommodation and a central location making this the ideal base for those looking to explore the city centre and surrounding areas....

This 19th century neo-classical palace with chic modern interior offers luxury accommodation combined with a relaxing atmosphere and the added advantage of being in a central location....

This luxurious hotel offers elegant and spacious accommodation combined with good facilities and excellent service; a good choice for an upmarket property in a central location....

This hotel provides a central location coupled with comfortable accommodation and a good range of facilities which includes indoor and outdoor pools, a gym and two restaurants....

Luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in Puerto Sherry Marina, with on-site pools, 24 hour services and views over the Bay of Cadiz...

This modern boutique hotel combines comfortable accommodation with a location that makes exploring the city of Jerez and its surrounding areas easily accessible....

The Tryp Jerez Hotel is situated opposite Domingo Convent at the centre of Jerez, and offers guests a comfortable environment for exploring the area from....

Jerez Reviews

Mr L Sullivan, Bexleyheath

Holiday Date:2nd Sep 2016
Accommodation:Villa Jerez Hotel
Room:Superior Double Or Twin
Board:Bed & Breakfast
(5 suns)

Really lovely historic city with great restaurants, bars and plazas. Safe and clean.

Mr V Wright, Leeds

Holiday Date:6th Sep 2013
Accommodation:Los Jandalos Jerez Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:Room Only
(5 suns)

Excellent city for tourists. Lots to see (bodegas, old town with Moorish buildings, riding school etc) and an almost infinite range of bars and restaurants where you can eat and drink and, especially, sample the excellent Andalucian food. <br /> <br /> There is good motorway access to the coastal resorts, white mountain villages and cities such as Seville and Cordoba and also Jerez has its own airport. Not a city for English beer, lager and fish and chips or burgers, which makes it even more attractive if you really want to get near the heart of the Spanish way of life.

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The nearest beaches are in Puerto Santa Maria, approx 25 minutes drive away from the city centre. There are 2 beaches of wide golden sand lying either side of the River Guadalete and a smaller, quieter beach next to the Puerto Sherry marina. For surfing head around the coast, towards Rota, to Las Redes beach.

Things to Do

Take a walking tour of the city, to see a wealth of historic architecture, churches including Jerez Cathedral and the many 18th and 19th century palaces. The Alcazar, with its lovely gardens and Camera Obscura, neighbours the Jerez Cathedral and is centrally located close to the shopping streets. The Permartin Palace, which houses the Andalucian Flamenco Centre sits amid the narrow cobbled streets near the Plaza San Juan.

The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art is set in lovely grounds and offers tours of the stables where you can see the beautiful horses as well as spectacular shows. And of course no visit would be complete without a visit to at least one of the Bodegas.

There are a number of museums to visit including the clock museum (The Palace of Time) and the art gallery (Joaquin Rivero). You can learn the history of Jerez wines at the Mystery of Jerez and of bullfighting at Museo Turino.

If you like the atmosphere of local festivities you might choose to visit for Holy Week, the week long May Horse Fair or the Flamenco Festival.

Out and About

The narrow streets hold plenty of charm and there are many beautiful plazas and tree lined avenues to explore. Relax in a terrace cafe at the Plaza del Arenal and watch the fountains; shop the designer boutiques and wander down the busy shopping street of Calle Larga which is lined with orange trees.

On the western edge of the city, next to the Karting Track, you can find a hypermarket and modern out-of-town retail park with national brand names.

Nearby Attractions

The city of Cadiz sits on the peninsula across the bay from Puerto Santa Maria and offers a wealth of historic sights as well as wide golden beaches. It is approx 30km from Jerez. Nova Sancti Petri is approx 50km south and Rota is approx 30km coast bound to the west.

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