Bodegas and distilleries: The route of sherry and brandy
The south of Andalusia, the triangle between Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Rota and Jerez, is home to two of Spain's most famous products: sherry and brandy. For centuries, wine has been grown here, on more than 7000 hectares, and processed in the cellars.
Along the route of the same name, which passes countless bodegas, you can find out about the process. For example at the Bodega Gonzalez Byass in Jerez de la Frontera. Once there, you can also visit the Spanish Riding School. Or you can enjoy an authentic flamenco performance. There are also natural beauties like the Laguna de Medina to admire.