The centre of Cádiz is essentially agricultural
and occupied by several large towns.
The main one is Jerez, the most populated city of this
small province and internationally famous for its wines
It is also a modern town, as evidenced by the nearby
Racing Track, and very friendly. The Cathedral, the
Alcazaba Fortress and the Carthusian Monastery on the
outskirts are the finest examples of its wealth of monuments.
Another town of full charm is Arcos de la frontera,
perched on a mountain encircled by the Guadalete River.
Steep white roads and its particular charm have made
it favourite of artists and writers.
Other beautiful town is Medina Sidonia, where Arab remains
coexist with Christian churches and palaces.
Vejer de la Frontera is also impressive due to the originality
of its urban layout, in which the mark of the Arab cultura
is clearly in evidence.