THE WINE AND BRANDY ROUTE OF MARCO DE JEREZ
A privileged setting that offers innumerable opportunities for enjoyment and a chance to disconnect
Cádiz, the province of Light
Cádiz has traditionally specialised in tourism based on sun and beach holidays thanks to its impressive coastline, forming part of the famous Costa de la Luz. It has an extensive variety of golden sandy beaches, ranging from urban beaches located just a few steps away from the town centres of the province, to unspoilt beaches situated close to protected natural spaces.
Furthermore, its exceptional climate, with over three hundred days of sunshine per year, makes Cádiz the ideal place to enjoy a few days on the coast.
The Jerez Region is strategically located in the extreme southwest of Andalusia in the province of Cádiz, embraced by both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, bathed by the waters of the Guadalquivir and Guadalete rivers, directly facing the nearby coast of Africa.
A region of gentle slopes of albariza soil, extensive white sand beaches, natural spaces of significant ecological value and an enviable climate that can, moreover, boast a unique setting that offers numerous opportunities for wine tourism experiences in the Region and to create memories with a true flavour of the South.