In the Cadix province, the connoisseur will be looking for a variety of Sherry Jerez wines known as fino, manzanilla, oloroso, dry or sweet, from light gold to amber to dark mahogany. in color. and amazing aromas of dried fruit, raisins, figs, vanilla... There are many options , from tapas on the beaches near Jerez town and plush Puerto de Santa Maria to a wonderful lunch in a famed restaurant, from seeing the famous Jerez Horse show, to visiting places like Tarifa -Europe's leading windsurf resort with busy windmills on the hills-, Algeciras -Spain's busiest harbour-, Gibraltar, Sotogrande Marina and the Valderrama Golf Club home of the Ryder's Cup, and Medina Sidonia -home of the "red Duchess †" and her unique archives of the conquest of America-. Closer to jet set Marbella, Casares, Gaucin, Algatocin, Grazalema are mountain white villages with breathtaking views of the Gibraltar Rock and nearby Morocco ten miles across the straights. Fabulous Ronda on both sides of a canyon, boasts to have oldest bullring in Spain and is the mountain area administrative and commercial center. Ronda wines are becoming more famous since the Prince Alfonso of Hohenloe † decided to start his own production years ago.
You will see scores of centuries old monuments, feel the special Andalucia atmosphere, taste sumptuous wines, eat a lot of mouth watering tapas and will like no doubt, to come back someday soon to experience again this unforgettable voyage in Southern Spain.