Why fly to Jerez De La Frontera?
Spain’s gastronomic maridaje – the marriage of food and wine is in full swing in this town, where life is quite literally fuelled by sherry and tapas marching to flamenco beats. It is famous for its annual flamenco festival, but you can also find it in peñas (social clubs), tabancos (old-style bars), and late at night in the plazas. Cobbled alleys, plazas and baroque churches make exploring this Spanish city a joy and there is plenty of Instagram gold to be found. Jerez is famous for three things, flamenco, sherry and horses so no trip here is complete without a stop at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.