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Jerez is an area in Andalusia in south-western Spain situated midway between the sea and the mountains, meaning it is beautifully placed for some fantastic views. Taking out car hire in Jerez to really enjoy the stunning scenery would be a great addition to your trip.
Jerez car hire can be very beneficial as there are many sites to be visited in the area, such as the two main museums: the Jerez Archaeological Museum and the Atalaya Watch Museum (also known as "Palace of Time").
Jerez is also well known for such things as sherry wine, horses, and flamenco. It is the home of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, a riding school comparable to the world-famous Spanish Riding School in Vienna, and this is a clear passion of the area. Jerez, the city where flamenco singing began, is also proud of its Andalusian Centre of Flamenco.
Travelling from the UK to Jerez Airport will take around two hours, and you can organise your Jerez car rental beforehand using our search comparison tool. TravelSupermarket will find the cheap car hire, Jerez will provide the destinations! The best option is almost always to book in advance. When you pre-book you can choose to collect your vehicle from Jerez Airport or another convenient location in the region.
From the mighty cathedrals to the tiny bars and open-air dance floors, intrigue and folklore lie around every mysterious corner...
The food, the art, tradition and culture. Most of the Spanish-speaking countries of the world get their raw passion and customs from the hills and valleys of Andalusia. And it’s here in Jerez where you’ll see them all.
If you rent a car, Jerez and its wonders can be quickly accessed.
Get your trip off to a flying start by seeing another of Andalusia’s most famous assets – horses. On the outskirts of Jerez de la Frontera you’ll find the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, a huge institution devoted to the upkeep of traditions associated with Andalusian horses.
Arcos de la Frontera, one of Spain’s most beautiful villages, lies at the end of a pleasant 30-minute journey through the Sierra de Grazalema. Arcos is the gateway to the White Village Route – an area where all the houses are whitewashed. You’ll discover some fabulous little bars and restaurants off the beaten track.
Cadiz is only a short drive away from Jerez city, but if you keep going along the E-5 coast road – or Atlantic Flyway – you’ll be able to find a beach to call your own. The 90-minute journey to Tarifa, on the southern tip near Gibraltar.