Many pilgrims and covered wagons set out from Sanlúcar bound for El Rocío in Huelva province on Spain's largest religious pilgrimage, the Romería del Rocío.
This autumn fiesta celebrates the grape harvest for two weeks or so, with flamenco, horse events and the traditional treading of the first grapes outside the cathedral.
Jerez' week-long horse fair is one of Andalucía's grandest festivals, with music and dance, and equestrian competitions and parades.
Around 200,000 half-bottles of fino (dry, straw-coloured sherry) are drunk during this six-day fiesta.
Two horse-race meetings held almost every year since 1845, on the beaches beside the Guadalquivir estuary.
A big manzanilla-fuelled fair kicks off Sanlúcar's summer.
Jerez’ biggest flamenco celebration.
The Circuito de Jerez, on the A382 10km northeast of town, hosts one of the Grand Prix races of the World Motorcycle Championship.
Fisherfolk Andalucía-wide pay homage to their patron at this festival; El Puerto parades the Virgin’s image along the Río Guadalete.