COZY 2Bed APARTMENT IN VEJER WHITE HILLTOP TOWN HISTORIC CENTRE
It is a beautiful andalusian patio which allows entrance to this ground floor apartment. The PATIO is shared with another neighbour. The property comprises 2bedrooms, 1 full bathroom, living room, furnished kitchen and independent storage room.
DO NOT LOSE THIS OPPORTUNITY of having a property in this superb location which can also be rented yearwise.
Vejer de la frontera is the ultimate experience in PUEBLO BLANCO LIFESTYLE as you can also enjoy its wild beaches at a few minutes driving from town up in the hill birdviewing its amazing natural surroundings. A town full of ancient history and relaxed ambience. Around half an hour from Jerez Intl. airport and 90 minutes from Seville. THE AREA PROVIDES OPTIONS FOR AL TASTES...
Situated 10 kilometres inland, perched high above the steep gorge of the River Barbate, Vejer is virtually unknown by foreign tourists.
The stunning castellated town is a magical place to explore, its quiet cobbled streets meandering through a charming jumble of secret corners, hidden patios and delightful houses. Great care has been taken to preserve this beautiful town.
Hidden behind ancient walls is a magnificent church, and in general visitors will barely find a hint of plastic or a trace of the 20th Century.
The town square, shaded by vast palm trees, has a wonderful old fountain with traditional ceramic Andalusian frogs which spout water high into the air, thus forming a fountain.
The recently restored 17th Century Franciscan Convent Hospederia de Convento San Francisco, now a hotel restaurant, is also worth a visit. The town has been officially declared a Historical Artistical Monument of National importance.
The Moorish Castle is hidden in the old quarter. A classic 11th century arch leads into a courtyard. During the summer school holidays the local scouts and guides will show you around the ramparts.
The Church of El Divino Salvador - like many was built on the site of an old Mosque. The front of the main aisle is Visigothic while the reminder is Mudejar.
The Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Oliva is a local chapel which houses a 16th century carved image of the Virgin Mary.
Plaza de España is a meeting place with numerous cafes and bars around the outside. In the centre there’s an ornate ceramic fountain featuring 4 frogs. The town hall is located in the square and a notable feature is the facade of the fabled Casa de la Inquisición (no. 12 & 13).
Places to visit
Vejer is the point many travelers leave the N340 heading North to take the old coast road via Barbate, Cabo Trafalgar, Caños de Meca, Conil de la Frontera
The Arab presence made a lasting impact on the cuisine of southern Spain. Rice, lemons, oranges, olives and vines were introduced, as well as many new vegetables and spices.
Typical today are barbecued meats, sauces flavoured with cumin or saffron and sweets made from crushed almonds. Tomatoes and peppers are much used. VEGGIE CUISINE ALSO AVAILABLE.
The region is famous for its grilled fish, especially sardines, deep-fried calamares (squid) and fish baked in salt. Quality ham and pork are used widely in sausages. Tapas were invented in
Andalusia and a wide variety of them is still served throughout the region. Some of the best jamon Serrano (cured ham) comes from the mountains of Andalusia, in particular from Jabugo.
The climate in Vejer de la Frontera is predominantly Mediterranean, with generally hot and dry summers and mild winters. The area is considered a year round destination.
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