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11th-century Moorish walls enclose a mosque converted into a stunning chapel. Here you can find Arab baths with star-shaped skylights, lush gardens, and a Renaissance-style palace with a camera obscura for amazing city views.

Do & See

Renowned as the capital of Flamenco, sherry, and baroque horsemanship traditions, Jerez de La Frontera offers visitors an abundance of entertainment and culturally enriching opportunities. Stroll through the enchanting Arabesque city centre adorned with captivating architecture, immerse yourself in the aromatic essence of grapes and wine at a local bodega, and relish the vibrant energy of a flamenco performance or an equestrian art show.