Los Jandalos Jerez

Address: Calle Nuño de Canas, 1, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, Andalusia, 11402, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Jerez De La Frontera

      Carmona and Cadiz

      A travel blog entry by tonatiu on Dec 06, 2014

      20 photos

      ... the camping style with a night in the lovely Parador de Carmona, a Moorish castle converted into a wonderfully atmospheric hotel. It was really great to see her and go out for dinner, walks down the coast, exploring Jerez. I've met a few other people, but otherwise largely hanging on my own, reading and doing some writing. Due to start making my way back up to javea and then france for christmas :) Had a glass ...

      Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (Jerez)

      A travel blog entry by nigeljbennett on Nov 25, 2014

      79 photos

      ... by quintessential Spanish music and 18th century styled costumes, all put together and choreographed using movements based upon Classical Dressage, Doma Vaquera (country-style riding) and traditional equestrian chores. Each show consists of between six and eight different choreographies, with the same degree of difficulty and entertainment value and scheduled by the school according to the following repertoire:

      A Long Way to go for a Glass of Sherry!

      A travel blog entry by albrechtscamp on Mar 27, 2014

      4 comments, 36 photos

      ... in 1264. Many towns in the area have "de la Frontera" in their name which implies that they were towns that were constantly occupied by different cultures, with fluctuating borders considered as the frontier or edge between the Moors and the Christians. For the two hundred years or so, that the Moors governed Jerez de la Frontera, they built strong infrastructure that we visited today - the defensive system of walls, towers and fortresses, ...

      Adelante a Espana!

      A travel blog entry by irajani123 on Nov 18, 2013

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... museum, the horse museum, and took a tour of the stables. However, it was simply watching the horses train in the outdoor arenas that Sahra liked best. We spent a few hours over a few days watching the horses go through their training routines.

      Jerez was a great introduction to Spain for us. We even considered extending our stay to catch a local festival but we're glad that we didn't shorten our stay at our next stop, Sevilla.

      Irish encounters in Jerez

      A travel blog entry by rosabranca on Aug 28, 2012

      31 photos

      ... and, in general, the fields are greener, with fruit and nut trees more prevalent than further east.

      We are happy to spot the iniquitous black bulls - 'Toro de Osbourne' (adverts for the Osbourne brandy de Jerez, here by the Spanish roadsides since the 1960s, and preserved by the wish of the Spanish people when government bureaucrats decreed they should be removed.) We spot eight of them on our journey... none with ...