Top things to do in The Sherry Triangle

Top Choice Seafood in El Puerto de Santa María

Aponiente

Audacious is the word for the bold experimentation of leading Spanish chef Angel León, whose seafood-biased nueva cocina has won a cavalcade of awards, transforming Aponiente into Andalucía's first triple-Michelin-s…
Top Choice Winery in Jerez de la Frontera

Bodegas Tradición

An intriguing, evocative bodega, not only for its extra-aged sherries (at least 20, mostly 30 years old) but also because it houses the Colección Joaquín Rivero, a private Spanish art collection that includes import…
Top Choice Live Performance in Jerez de la Frontera

Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre

Jerez' renowned Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Art trains horses and riders. On 'thematic visits', you can watch them going through their paces in training sessions and visit the Museo del Arte Ecuestre and M…
Top Choice Andalucian in Jerez de la Frontera

Albores

Pitching itself among age-old city-centre favourites, Albores brings a sophisticated, contemporary edge to local flavours with its original tapas and mains combos. If there's one overall highlight it's probably the …
Top Choice Tapas in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Casa Balbino

It doesn’t matter when you arrive, Casa Balbino is always overflowing with people, drawn in by its fantastic seafood tapas. Whether you’re perched at the bar, tucked into a corner or lucky enough to score an outdoor…
Top Choice Winery in El Puerto de Santa María

Bodegas Osborne

Creator of the legendary black-bull logo still exhibited on life-size billboards all over Spain (now without the name), Osborne is El Puerto's best-known sherry winery. It was set up by an Englishman, Thomas Osborne…
Top Choice Andalucian in Jerez de la Frontera

La Carboná

This cavernous, imaginative restaurant occupies an exquisite old bodega set around a suspended fireplace that’s oh-so-cosy in winter. Delicately presented specialities, often infused with sherry, include grilled mea…
Top Choice Winery in Sanlúcar de Barrameda

Bodegas Barbadillo

With its bodega founded in 1821, Barbadillo was the first family to bottle Sanlúcar's famous manzanilla and also produces one of Spain’s most popular vinos. Bodega tours end with a four-wine tasting. This 19th-centu…
Fortress in Jerez de la Frontera

Alcázar

Jerez' muscular yet elegant 11th- or 12th-century fortress is one of Andalucía's best-preserved Almohad-era relics. It's notable for its octagonal tower, a classic example of Almohad defensive forts, reached through…
Cathedral in Jerez de la Frontera

Catedral de San Salvador

Echoes of Seville colour Jerez' dramatic cathedral, a surprisingly harmonious mix of baroque, neoclassical and Gothic styles. Standout features are its broad flying buttresses and intricately carved stone ceilings. …