Recently renovated and with a careful decoration based on the art of flamenco, this charming apartment is the ideal base to discover El Puerto de Santa María, a city with a seafaring tradition and a winery, with a history closely linked to the discovery of America and wonderful beaches. of fine sand, as well as the rest of the towns and natural enclaves of the magnificent province of Cádiz, one of the most beautiful, diverse and spectacular in southern Europe.
It has a room illuminated by a large window overlooking the patio for exclusive use, with furniture to enjoy breakfast or an outdoor dinner. The living room is very spacious, with two windows that give natural light all day and has a modern kitchen perfectly equipped with oven, hob and washing machine.
Central, bright, quiet and cozy, a step away from tapas bars and bars and restaurants, where you can taste the exquisite local cuisine and its wines, but without having to endure the hustle and bustle. The situation of the apartment is ideal and you will quickly feel contacted by the relaxed local spirit.
In 5 minutes (or less) you will be in front of the Main Church, the Castle of San Marcos, archaeological museum, Osborne Wineries, etc. and of course lots of bars where you can enjoy the famous Andalusian gastronomy: the "pescaito frito" and other delicious tapas. At the same distance you will find the market, where you can buy fresh products at a great price. You will also be within walking distance of banks, shops and supermarkets.
In addition, it is a 20-minute walk from the La Puntilla beach and the catamaran to Cádiz is ... Yes 5 minutes! and you will be in the center of Cádiz, the oldest city in the West, in just 20 minutes of pleasant crossing by the Bay. The train station is 10 minutes and you can visit Jerez (15 minutes) and Seville (1 hour). You see, El Puerto is a great "base camp" from which to explore the main attractions of the southernmost corner of Europe. And this without a car.
If you have a car, you have in less than one hour the Route of the White Villages, which you would start in Arcos de la Frontera and you can finish in Grazalema. Another day you can visit Medina Sidonia and Vejer, ending at Playa del Palmar or even at the Trafalgar Lighthouse, right where the greatest naval battle of all time took place. Or go along the coast towards the Strait of Gibraltar to visit towns such as Conil, Bologna, Tarifa, with absolutely wonderful beaches or even Gibraltar and if you are lucky and the day is clear, you can see Africa from the coast.
If you like nature, you can explore the diverse natural wealth of the Natural Parks of the province, such as the Sierra de Cádiz, the Alcornocales, Doñana, Bahía de Cádiz or the Strait.
The nearest airport is Jerez de la Frontera (15 km) 15 mins drive. Seville airport (100 km) an hour and a quarter drive. Other options are Malaga (220 km) and Gibraltar (120 km).