Historic Center of Jerez
Jerez de la Frontera is the most outstanding city in the province of Cádiz for preserving an important historic-artistic heritage.
Religious monuments include churches and monasteries, some of which are still cloistered.
Cádiz, an ancient city where every corner hides all the historical stages that bathed and shaped its streets. Creating a city rich in cultural, architectural and gastronomic heritage.
Cadiz to Indies
Cadiz reached its apogee when it joined its commercial activity with the Americas in the 17th and 18th centuries. This endowed the city with wealth and gave it characteristic aesthetic tastes.
When was Spain an island? When Cádiz was the capital of Spain during the Napoleonic Troops Invasion. And the Cádiz Constitution was a milestone in the history of Spain and Europe.
Cádiz is the oldest city in the West. Also known as the trimillennial city.
Cádiz has a great historical heritage. As is its emblematic Cathedral and the Távira Tower.
Photo - Cultural Gymkhanade of Cádiz
Discover the historical and cultural essence of the city through this activity, which runs through the streets of its oldest neighborhood.
Houses of "Cargadores a Indias" - Sanlúcar
After the discovery of America, Sanlúcar became the starting point for Christopher Columbus on his third voyage, and for Magellan and Juan Sebastián Elcano on their first circumnavigation voyage.
Arcos de la Frontera
Arcos de la Frontera is the first village and gateway to the Route of the White Villages. Do not miss the opportunity to walk through its beautiful streets and viewpoints that will take your breath away.
Sanlúcar Historical Center
With the route to the old town of Sanlúcar we will visit all the most attractive corners of its Barrio Alto narrating stories and legends of cultures and eras such as the Tartessian, the Middle Ages and the conquest of America.