Drive all the way to one of the Analucian Pueblos Blancos or white villages, and take a look at this stunning little town with a lot to offer, including its cathedral, the interesting Old Quarter and also the oldest Spanish bullring.
How to get there in a [Gibraltar car rental]? In the mountain range of Serrania de Ronda, the place is 60 km up a winding road you’ll find adventurous and fun to drive along. The trip might take about two hours in a [Gibraltar car rental].
It’s probable that you can’t help to think about sherry wine, flamenco and horses every time you hear the name Jerez de la Frontera. This place is the home of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and place of birth of the famous flamenco singing. For a bit of the town’s history, visit the Atalaya Watch Museum or the Jerez Archaeological Museum.
How to get there in a [hire car from Gibraltar]? Jerez is situated at the northwestern region of the province of Cadiz, and at the southwestern region of occidental Andalusia, in Spain. The driving time takes about one hour in a [Gibraltar car hire].