The wine route (20 km)
The route starts at the famous city Jerez de la Frontera, where you can admire not only those of Bodegas Domecq, Gonzalez Byass or Williams but also the great Carthusian Horses of the Royal School of Equestrian Art or The Stud "Yeguada del Hoerro del Bocado". We passed through El Puerto de Santa Maria to enjoy its Brandy Bodegas as Terry or Osborne to continue to Sanlúcar de Barrameda, where you can taste the wonderful Manzanilla together with its Fried Fishes, King prawns and finally , to visit the famous Doñana National Park.
The Route of the White Villages (25 km)
In Arcos de la Frontera starts the famous route, together with nineteen towns more make up a frame of typical architecture of whitewashed houses, the rambling and whimsical design of its streets and castles and medieval churches.
The Sierra de Cadiz and the White Villages Route compose these 19 "pearls" that compete in beauty and tradition, among them Arcos, Olvera, Setenil, Ubrique, Grazalema, El Bosque, Bornos, Benaocaz and Zahara de la Sierra, among others. Crafts, food, culture and nature in its purest hatching.
The Route o the Bulls (25 km)
This route comprises the fighting bull ranches best known. This area extends from the countryside
Jerez via Medina Sidonia and ends in Vejer de la Frontera. Walking all of it, we will find many of the most prestigious farms like the Nuñez del Cuvillo , Romero Gago, Torrestrella de Domecq, and Cebada Gago among others. Since theHacienda El Santiscal is given the opportunity to visit these farms in 4 x 4.
The Route of the Atlantic Oceann (40 km)
Cadiz, famous among other things, for its spectacular beaches and Carnival. Not only are endless sandy beaches in the capital , the oldest city in the West, but throughout the coast. From Tarifa, windsurfing world headquarters, through Caños de Meca, Bolonia, Conil, Zahara and going up Chiclana Costa Ballena, where it joins Chipiona.
Arcos de la Frontera
One of the most beautiful villages of Spain, as he told us the spanish writer Azorín. Located on top of a spectacular rock cut, from which hung a multitude of white houses and a medieval Arab castle up with many monuments, historical and artistic, Arcos de la Frontera is one of the most prominent examples of the site height, as it occupies the summit and slopes of a valley at the foot of Guadalete River about 195 mtrs. elevation. Arcos is a city of unique beauty, known internationally and well worth a visit slowly, leisurely, savoring its streets, its steep slopes or a beautiful sunset from some of their viewpoints.
Natural Park of Grazalema
Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. This is a solid limestone shaped by the action of water over the centuries it has given rise to numerous caves, chasms and gorges, some of them very spectacular. Famous for its marvelous routes such as the Garganta Verde or The Pinsapar (only fir species in Western Europe), which makes it the ideal place for nature lovers.
Doñana National Park
The Park of Doñana is characterized by its great biological variety, with three major ecosystems: the marshes, shifting sand dunes and preserves. With its high horizontal, there was a transition from undulating topography of the 'boxes' to the marsh, which is the most remarkable landscape setting as a haven for many migratory birds. The park offers refuge for species in serious danger of extinction as the Iberian lynx or the imperial eagle.