Jerez de la Frontera became famous throughout the world for its sweet wines named like the town, which the British pronounced "sherry".
Sherry production today is pushing up towards 10 million cases. You can go on a tour through the enormous cathedral-like cellars of venerable producers like Pedro Domecq or González Byass.
Jerez de la Frontera is also well-known for its horses, here the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art has exhibitions all year round, and it also offers the chance to see equestrian shows in many of the Jerez's vineyards.
Don’t miss Spain's white villages, each one with its own special charm and feel, as well as the Doñana National Park, considered the most important Biosphere reserve in Europe.