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Car rental Jerez

Book with Furauto your rental car for your trip to Jerez safely and hassle free.

In Furauto we want to offer you the rental car that best suits your trip to Jerez de la Frontera. Pick up and drop off your car at any of our offices in the province of Cadiz or the Andalusian community in a simple and economical way.

Welcome to Jerez de la Frontera, the most populated municipality in the province of Cadiz and one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. Located in the Guadalquivir valley, Jerez is a perfect destination to enjoy a few days of rest while you enjoy its magnificent fish and its exceptional wine. If you do not want to miss anything and want to make the most of your time, keep reading this small guide we have prepared especially for you.

Get to know Jerez de la Frontera

More than 200,000 Jerez citizens live in the most populated city in the province of Cadiz and the fifth most populated town in Andalusia.

Jerez is known worldwide for its four jewels. In addition to being the wine capital for its famous Jerez, this municipality is dedicated to the breeding of the Carthusian horse, unique in the world. The Spanish Motorcycle Grand Prix welcomes hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists for a week, but Jerez is also one of the cradles of flamenco, seeing the birth of artists such as José Mercé and Lola Flores.

The dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera, the journalist Paco Lobatón, the group Los Delincuentes, the singer David DeMaría, the soccer players Kiko Narváez and Dani Güiza and the citizen politician Inés Arrimadas are or were also from Jerez.

Where can I pick up and deliver my car?

Thanks to Furauto, you can pick up and deliver your rental car at the Jerez Airport or in strategic locations in the municipality. If you prefer to choose another area, such as the capital, enter our search engine.

How to get to Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez Airport is located about 10 kilometers northeast of the city and is a perfect way to travel to the municipality.

In addition, the city also has a large fleet of city and intercity buses with which you can get, for example, to Cadiz, Algeciras, Barbate, Chipiona, El Puerto de Santa Maria, Madrid, Malaga, Rota, Seville, Zahara de los Atunes or Sanlucar de Barrameda.

The railroad station, one of the busiest in Andalusia, is a stop for the Jerez-Cádiz commuter line, the Airport line and the regular Seville-Jerez-Cádiz regional line. There are also long distance trains to Ciudad-Real, Cordoba and Madrid.

If you prefer the car, you can get to Jerez de la Frontera by the following routes:

  • A-4/ E-5: Connects Madrid with Cadiz passing through Cordoba, Seville, Dos Hermanas, Jerez Airport, Jerez, El Puerto de Santa Maria and Puerto Real.
  • A-381: Connects Jerez, Medina Sidonia, Alcalá de los Gazules and Los Barrios.
  • A-382: Travels from Arcos de la Frontera to Jerez and enters the town via the Jerez-Cartagena road.
  • A-480: It goes from Chipiona to Jerez passing through Sanlúcar de Barrameda. In Jerez, it arrives at a traffic circle from where the Avenida de Rota and Avenida Chipiona start.

Tolls to take into account

In the vicinity of Jerez de la Frontera you can find the AP-4 or Autopista del Sur, which connects Dos Hermanas (Seville) with the capital of Cadiz.

Parking in Jerez de la Frontera

In Jerez de la Frontera you will find numerous regulated parking areas. In the following link we offer you the prices, the regulations and the blue, orange and green parking spaces.

If you still want to park on the street, we recommend that you try to leave your car in areas further away from the center and return to the tourist area by public transport.

However, from Furauto we believe that the best option is to park your rental car in one of the parking lots that we show you in this link.

Tourism in Jerez de la Frontera: what you can not miss

Jerez is a beautiful town full of culture, history and tradition. Follow the Top 10 with the most outstanding monuments of the city and make sure you don't miss anything important.

  1. Cathedral: It dates back to the 17th century and mixes Gothic, Baroque and Neoclassical styles. It was built on the remains of the Mezquita Mayor de Jerez and the old Iglesia del Salvador.
  2. Religious centers: Also don't miss a visit to the Church of San Miguel, San Mateo, Santiago and San Lucas, the Cartuja de Santa María de la Defensión nor the Basílica de la Merced.
  3. Palaces: Among the many palaces of Jerez highlights the Palacio Duque de Abrantes, de Camporreal, de Bertemati, de Riquelme, Domecq, Dávila and De Luna.
  4. Archaeological Museum: After seven years closed for renovations, in 2012 it reopened its doors. It is located in the Plaza del Mercado and inside is the Casco de Guadalete from the 7th century BC.
  5. Museums of the Atalaya: Museum complex that houses the Mystery of Jerez and the Palace of Time, where there is an exhibition of clocks.
  6. Museum of Andalusian Costume: It is dedicated to the Andalusian short dress and is owned by Antolin Diaz Salazar, the tailor of the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.
  7. Town Hall: The old town hall was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1943.
  8. Zoobotánico: It is a zoo and botanical garden located in Madreselva Street. As we know it, it was inaugurated in 1953.
  9. Wall: Construction of Andalusian origin that protects the urban area of Jerez. It was declared a Historic Artistic Monument and of Cultural Interest.
  10. Wineries: Take some time to visit some of the incredible Jerez wineries and taste their wines.

Get to know the Province of Cadiz by Car

Enjoy with your rental car in Cadiz and its beautiful towns. Do not miss Arcos de la Frontera, Alcalá del Valle, Grazalema, Zahara de la Sierra, Medina Sidonia, Chiclana de la Frontera, Jimena de la Frontera, Olvera and Rota. If you visit the province in summer, spend a day at Zahara de los Atunes Beach, Barbate, Fuente del Gallo, Punta Paloma, Tarifa or Bolonia.

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