You have numerous places to visit around the Hotel, here we give a selection, for different tastes and ages.
Andalusian horses and Jerez wineries
The visit to see the show how the horses dance at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art will not disappoint you.
You can also visit the Museo del Enganche, the Botanical Garden and the Museum of Equestrian Art, whose headquarters, the Palacio del Recreo de las Cadenas, is an architectural jewel.
No trip to this area would be complete without a visit to a winery in the Jerez area.
Most of them organize guided tours with detailed explanations of the process of making and aging the wine, and of course, a good opportunity to try these famous wines.
One day in Cadiz
Considered the oldest city in Europe, Cádiz has so many attractions that it will not disappoint you.
The old part of the city, considered a historical-artistic monument, is worth a walk. You will be in the same place that saw the departure of Christopher Columbus’s second voyage and you will notice that, due to the trade that this city maintained with America, the influence that it left on the architecture and character of Cádiz.
The Cathedral, the Archaeological Museum and the Oratory of San Felipe Neri are worth a visit.
Grazalema Natural Park
A good opportunity to enjoy a great spectacle of Nature, pine and cork oak forests, peaks of more than 1600 meters, canyons, caves, valleys…
All dotted with picturesque white villages, such as Grazalema with its cobbled streets where you can buy local crafts; Zahara de la Sierra and visit its castle of Arab origin; Arcos de la Frontera, one of the most famous white towns where you can taste its famous buns.
One day in Jerez
Jerez is an ancient city full of excitement. Cradle of the famous wines, you will find numerous wineries to visit (Gonzalez Byass, Pedro Domecq, Sandeman etc). It is the headquarters of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and the Andalusian Center of Flamenco.
It is also worth visiting the Alcázar and the Arab Baths (with the octagonal tower and its dark room), the Archaeological Museum, the Domecq Palace…
If you are a motor enthusiast, you can take a tour of the Circuito de Jerez, where apart from the competition program, most of the F1 teams carry out their training sessions. Finally, if you are on dates you can walk through the Horse Fair.
A visit to Medina Sidonia
Magnificent town on a hill where its labyrinthine streets are lined with white houses with craft forges and colorful patios.
Visit the Gothic church of Santa Maria la Coronada with its monumental main altarpiece, considered the best in the entire Cadiz diocese. And if you like heights you can climb the tower where you will have spectacular views.
Medina Sidonia is called the balcony of Cádiz, due to its wonderful views where you can see almost the entire bay. The town gives its name to one of the most important duchies in Spain and its VII Duke, D. Alonso Perez de Guzmán, commanded the Invincible Armada.
Back in town make sure to try the typical sweets and alfajores made by the nuns in the convent of San Cristobal
One day in Seville
Only an hour and a half from the Hotel is the city of Seville, with so much history that you may need more than a day to visit it.
Among the many must-see sites are the Real Alcázar, an imposing palace of Arab origin; the Cathedral, which is the largest Gothic church in the world, and the Archivo de Indias, all of them declared World Heritage Sites in 1987.
Very close you will find the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, one of the most important and popular in the city that has its origin in the old Jewish quarter.
You can also walk through the Maria Luisa Park where you will find the Plaza de España, with characteristic regionalist architecture and finally we recommend the Museum of Fine Arts, essential to learn about Sevillian baroque painting.
Visit to Acualand
Water park located between Puerto de Santa Maria and Jerez that will provide you with a day of fun.
Among the many attractions include the Rapids, the Crazy Race, Kamikaze, a surf beach with artificial waves and also has a restaurant and bar.
Watching dolphins and whales
If you head to Tarifa you can take a pleasure boat and take a couple of hours excursion where you will see dolphins, orcas and whales. A unique and educational experience.
A quick trip to Africa
Africa is never far from the Costa de la Luz, from many places on the coast you will be able to see the mountains of the north so close that they almost touch each other.
From Tarifa you can take a fast ferry to Tanger and in 35 minutes you are on another continent. If you wish, you can hire a guided trip that includes the return the same day, a bus tour of the city, traditional Moroccan food and a visit to the souk.