La Casa del Califa

Dating back to the 10th century when the town was under Moorish rule, The Califa is one of the very best hotels in Vejer de la Frontera…

It offers a variety of comfortable rooms from a single to a suite – some with fantastic views. All are en suite with baths, power showers, safe, TV etc. Adjacent to The Califa, is The Triperia which boasts a swimming pool with views and a sun terrace. Breakfast is taken in the gorgeous terrace garden. Our group will be visiting here for dinner one evening. The Califa is situated in Plaza d´España – an 8 minute stroll from Casa Alegre.

Hotel V…

The most luxurious of our small (but perfectly formed) collection of Vejer hotels is Hotel V…

The building has been carefully and beautifully restored and boasts the most spectacular roof top terrace with almost the best view in Vejer – Casa Alegre just pips it to the post! With the exception of 1 twin, all rooms are double and are luxuriously appointed. It will take you just 5 minutes to reach the kitchen of Casa Alegre. Breakfast is not included in the price so you have the option to enjoy it within the hotel or it visit a bar for fabulous Tostada con Tomate.

Casa La Siesta

As soon as you step into Casa la Siesta, it’s clear you’re in for the ultimate in tranquillity and comfort.

Just 5 minutes’ drive from Vejer, it is the most beautiful hacienda style country retreat you could imagine, surrounded by lush gardens bursting with lavender, hibiscus, borganvilla and rosemary. Amongst all this is a stunning pool around which you can siesta following class. The setting is perfect for the work weary lover of food and wine. An excellent wine cellar and delicious food are on offer. The Casa is often exclusively booked for weddings and parties. It is recommended that you use a taxi service to Vejer so that you can enjoy the wines and Sherries at class.

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Why Vejer de la Frontera

It’s breathtakingly beautiful. Your first glimpse of the town is as a blinding flash of white on a hilltop against the bluest of blue skies. Up close it’s just as easy on the eye, too – a labyrinth of narrow, cobbled streets winding its way between quiet squares, churches and handsome historical buildings, it’s a photographer’s dream.

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