72 m² boligareal
25 m² terrasse
Location, location, location - Situated just off one of Jerez's premier avenues,( Calle Porvera) and within the old city centre, this wonderful light and airy 2 bedroom apartment is just about as perfect "a home away from home" as you could find.
Get away from it all in a property dating back to the 1700's with 21st century comfort.
Private rooftop sun terrace and 4 metre high ceilings really give this property the "wow" factor
The Coast Named for the quality of its light, the Costa de la Luz is flanked by mile after mile of golden sandy beaches. Great for sunbathing and swimming, this is also one of the world’s best sites for windsurfing, kite surfing and sailing and the golfing options are vast.
The Countryside From coastal wetlands to rolling hills, green valleys and mountain ranges, this is nature at its best: perfect for walkers, climbers, bird watchers and anyone who loves the great outdoors.
Towns and cities Whether its the style of Jerez, the faded grandeur of Cádiz, the elegance of El Puerto, the edginess of Tarifa or the white town tranquillity of Vejer or Arcos, the Costa de la Luz is full of urban delights and surprises.
History and culture Take an unrivalled trip through the centuries, from Roman cities to Moorish glories and monumental cathedrals; immerse yourself in art forms like flamenco and the cult of the Andalusian horse or even the lore of the bullring
Jerez is a jewel of the south: a handsome city of broad avenues, palm-shaded squares and older, narrow streets. It’s the home of sherry, a world centre for equestrianism and the cradle of ‘pure’ flamenco
The best known symbols of Andalusian culture are in evidence throughout the city
The city Sherry bodegas ring the centre while the famed equestrian school, the bullring and the flamenco schools all speak of deep-rooted culture. But the city’s shopping districts are modern and full of big retailers.
Events Jerez stages two big flamenco festivals – the first in Spring, the second in September. Carnival and Easter are huge, but the highlight of the year is the week-long May horse fair. Also in spring, the Spanish motorcycle grand prix almost doubles the town’s population for a weekend.
Location Apart from its own international airport, road connections are excellent, with the main north-south motorway running past the city, another new motorway connecting Jerez with Gibraltar and a third linking to the east linking the city with Arcos and beyond
Guestbook for Calle Gaitan 3, No.4
Weekend In Jerez
Review Submitted: April 11, 2011 Date of Stay: April 2011
Myself and two friends visited this apartment in April 2011 for the Moto GP and it was ideal. No need for overpriced hotels when you can stay in such a comfortable and clean apartment ideally located for the track.
Aside from the benefits of the location, the apartment is spacious and well equipped with everything we needed for our getaway. The garage was an added bonus so no need to find a parking space late at night!
I must say the whole experience; from booking with Emma to arriving and meeting Araceli; was a delight. I would definately recommend to anyone that they stay here and wouldn't hesitate staying again myself.
Many thanks once again for your fabulous rental,
All the best