La Bellotera

Jerez

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La Bellotera

If you're craving some amazing local delicacies, then head over to La Bellotera. Cheeses, Iberian ham cuts, olives, olive oils, wines, and other specialities are offered here, both to have on the spot or bring home with you.

Shopping

For your shopping trip in Jerez, you should first head to Calle Larga, where you’ll find high-street fashion brands. Then, explore the streets of Calle Larga, especially Calle Algarve, where narrow lanes are lined with tiny shops selling knick-knacks and souvenirs. A stone's throw away you'll find the covered market brimming with local produce and fresh seafood. Jerez is known mainly for three things — horses, flamenco, and sherry — and each of them cannot be left unexplored. Sample sherries and wines at a traditional bodega, shop some local equestrian souvenirs or pop into a colourful shop of flamenco dresses.