Alcazar Jerez De La Frontera, Jerez

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Alcazar Jerez De La Frontera, Jerez - Address, Phone Number

Address: Calle Alameda Vieja, s/n, 11403 Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain

Phone: +34-956149956

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Timings: 09:30 am - 07:30 pm Details

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Giving visitors the opportunity to behold the charm of what was once a Moorish alcazar, the Alcazar Jerez de la Frontera is counted as one of the best things to do in Jerez for more reasons than one. The park inside this palace is what is the main highlight of the structure apart from its glorious history. Strolling across this property you will notice a gamut of fruit trees fringing walls that bestow visitors with sweeping views of the adjoining region. The displays here, in various languages are perfect for multilingual visitors. A structure built in the 11th-century, this place features fortifying walls, Octagonal Tower, Tower of Ponce de León, Patio de Doña Blanca, a mosque and some baths. One place that has got to be on every history nerd’s list!

Alcazar Jerez De La Frontera Ticket Prices

  • Given ticket prices are exclusive of camera charges.
  • Inclusive of camera charges: 7 Euros

How To reach Alcazar Jerez De La Frontera by Public Transport

  • On foot
  • By taxi

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  • A love fortress with fruit trees and gardens. The walls and towers give a nice view over the city of Jerez and the surrounding countryside. During our visit the mosque was closed for what appeared to be a Tio Pepe related filming which was a bit disappointing. While interesting and lovely in its own right it cannot compare with the Alhambra.

  • A 12th century building featuring a mosque, ornamental gardens with water features and Arab Baths. Well worth a visit.

  • Very good. Was free on Sunday. Lots to see

  • Interesting historical fortress with multilingual displays. Much of the site has been restored to a high standard. Worth a visit

  • Beautiful place. Rather small when compared with the one in Seville, but still worth seeing

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