When is the best time to fly to Jerez de la Frontera?
Temperatures never get very cold in Jerez de la Frontera, at least during the day, but the extremely high temperatures of around 25 – 32 degrees Celsius, from June to September, can make exploring on foot tiring at these times. However booking flights to Jerez de la Frontera during these months is perfect for sun-seekers who want to bask in the Spanish sun. You will find that April, May, September and October are a good time to visit the city for a short break and travellers can usually benefit from cheap flights to Jerez de la Frontera during these months. Temperatures are still at a pleasant 16 – 25 degrees, which make it more bearable when sightseeing and walking around the city.
Easter Holy Week, although very busy, is a good time to see traditional Catholic processions and parades. If you are considering travelling to the city during this period, make sure to book your accommodation and flights to Jerez de la Frontera in advance as they will book up quickly.
Two things spring to mind when visitors think of Jerez de la Frontera: sherry and the beautiful horses of Andalucía. Tio Pepe, Sandeman and Harveys, amongst others, all have a presence in the heart of the town. The centre is dominated by its old city walls and the Moorish Palace and Fortress, parts of which date from the 10th century. A pleasant and cool place to explore, it has an intriguing camera obscura in a tower, giving a 360 degree view of real time Jerez. One of Andalucía's most beautiful palaces, the Atalaya, contains two interesting museums - the Palace of Time and the Mystery of Jerez. The Mystery of Jerez tells the story of sherry and wine and the Palace of Time has a fine collection of clocks. As a reminder of the city's past wealth (built on sherry!), there is no shortage of palaces to visit in and around the town. The Bertemati Palace has beautiful ironwork balconies and the Palacio Duque de Abrantes is home to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. Whether a horse lover or not, this is a place that should be visited. The 'dancing stallions' show takes place daily. Visitors can also see horses in their stables or practising their jumping and dressage. Saddles are still made here in the traditional way and there is also an interesting interactive museum.