Nestled in the province of Cádiz in the southwest of Andalusia, Jerez de la Frontera enjoys a truly privileged location. It lies in a fertile area formed by the plain of the Guadalquivir, on the banks of the river Guadalete and just a short drive away from both the Atlantic beaches and the Gaditana mountain range. The Phoenicians, the Romans, and the Moors have alls settled in Jerez in its past. However, Jerez is not only characterised by its wine and unique architecture. It's the home of the Carthusian Horse and the fighting Bull, the cradle of Flamenco, a city of motor racing and other important events, and the site of a city center declared of historical and artistic significance. In Jerez you can spend time visiting places like The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and The Yeguada La Cartuja, Flamenco bars, a wide array of museums, and wineries.