Jerez de la Frontera
Ignore all other information, the Jerez, is Spain’s most savvy in the Andalucía. It just doesn’t just project out it in the way that Seville and Granada do. Jerez is the capital of Andalucian horse culture, stop one on the famed sherry triangle and – cue the protestations from Cádiz and Seville – the cradle of Spanish flamenco. The bulería, Jerez’ jokey, tongue-in-cheek antidote to Seville’s tragic soleá, was first crafted in the legendary Roma barrios of Santiago and San Miguel. But Jerez is also a lively, chic urban Andalucian city, where fashion items are kept in ancient palaces and well fitted corporate people converge to have unique contemporary meals. This is the perfect place to unravel the mystery of Andalucia.