Charming, in the historical centre Jerez
5 single beds, 1 double sofa bed
Jerez de la Frontera
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 16h, Checkout before 12h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- DVD player
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- king sized bed 180 x 200
- TDT television
- Plasma TV/USB
The area surrounding the apartment:
The Santo Domingo apartment is located in the heart of Jerez's historic centre. It is next to the central and elegant street Paseo de la Alameda Cristina. From here you can access outstanding historical buildings and monuments such as the Puerta de Sevilla, Marqués de Domecq memorial monument, the Marqués de Montana Palace, the Santo Domingo church and the San Juan de Letrán Chapel. Some steps away from Jerez' historical centre, down Tornería Str. visitors will be able to stroll along the narrow mediaeval streets and enjoy some tasty tapas with exquisite wine and the traditional spirit of the place.
Located in a modern building, the Santo Domingo apartment is an elegant, comfortable and very bright accommodation. On the ground floor you will find the living-room, large and with all commodities, a modern separate kitchen, a bathroom/half-bathroom, and a delightful terrace where you can enjoy southern Spain's magical sunlight.
On the upper floor are three large and bright bedrooms and a full bathroom. The whole property is decorated in a simple and very tasteful way.
Finally, this is a charming apartment, perfectly located to get to know the marvellous and historic city of Jerez: it's impossible not to be moved by its streets, its people, and the delicious cuisine!
Jerez de la frontera
Known worldwide for its eponymous wine, Jerez de la Frontera, like the city of Cadiz, has a history dating back to 3000 years ago. Located in the inside of the province, has an ideal temperature in summer and winter.
Equipped with all the facilities, just a few minutes away from the city is the international airport of Jerez. It also has a line of high-speed rail. Both connected with the main national and European cities.
The old town has many historical monuments. Walking along, we will find the monumental site of the Alcazar, with its mosque and Turkish bath, the baroque Cathedral and its Mudejar tower, the churches of San Miguel, Santiago, San Dionisio and San Mateo.
We can enjoy these wonders, stopping and eating some tapas and tasting a good sherry, in the traditional bars and restaurants.
Essential in Jerez, is the wine tourism. You can visit the vineyards, where you can learn the process, and also eat in their restaurants. The main wineries are: Gonzalez & Biass, Pedro Domecq, Williams&Humbert, Sanchez Romate, etc. ..
Birthplace of the flamenco, it is essential to visit the “tablaos” (flamenco shows), the Flamenco Museum of Jerez, or to go to the International Flamenco Festival, that takes place between February and March.
Overall, Jerez de la Frontera is a complete city for tourism, offering multiple activities, all of them interesting and fun.