How To Get To Vejer de la Frontera

Whether it’s your first time here or you need help organising a large group, getting to Vejer de la Frontera could hardly be easier.

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Where is Vejer de la Frontera?

Vejer de la Frontera is a small hilltop town on the the Costa de la Luz, southern Spain’s beautiful stretch of Atlantic coastline.

It can be found in the province of Cadiz, in Andalucia, more or less equidistant from the lively provincial capital of Cadiz (to the west) and Gibraltar (to the east). Jerez de la Frontera, Seville and Malaga are all within easy driving distance – see below for more details.

Getting to Vejer from the Airport

The nearest airports to Annie B’s with flights to the UK are Jerez La Parra Airport at 52 minutes’ and Gibraltar International at 1 hour 18 minutes’ drive from Vejer de la Frontera.

Of the two, while Jerez is a little closer, Gibraltar offers more regular flights and a greater choice of car hire companies to choose from.

Flying to Jerez from the UK:

Distance from Vejer de la Frontera:

Approx 65 km from Vejer : Jerez Airport
45 minutes’ drive.
Flights to/from:

Ryanair – from London Stansted (STN) from the end of March: Ryanair.com.

Flying to Gibraltar from the UK:

Distance from Vejer de la Frontera:

Approx: 95kms from Vejer : Gibraltar Airport
45 minutes’ drive.
Flights to/from:

Monarch – from London Luton (LTN), Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX): Monarch.co.uk.
EasyJet – from London Gatwick (LGW): Easyjet.com.
British Airways – from London Heathrow (LHR): Britishairways.com.

Flying to Seville from the UK:

Distance from Vejer de la Frontera:

Approx 130kms from Vejer: Sevilla Airport
1 hour 40 minutes’ drive.
Flights to/from:

London Gatwick (EasyJet)
London Stansted (Ryanair).

Flying to Malaga from the UK:

Distance from Vejer de la Frontera:

Approx.: 190kms from Vejer: Málaga Airport
2 hours 10 minutes’ drive
Flights to/from:

Various UK airports with nearly all major airlines.

If you’ve got any questions about getting to us, or would like more information on recommended car hire companies at these airports, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Arriving By Car To Vejer De La Frontera

If you come along the central route (via Madrid) you should take the N-IV to Sevilla and then the motorway (A-4) to Cádiz. Just after Jerez de la Frontera, turn off towards the N-340 and Algeciras. Vejer is just off the N-340, almost equidistant between Cádiz and Algeciras.

If you come along the Mediterranean Coastal route ( via Barcelona and Valencia and Málaga) follow the N-340 (the Autopista del Mediterráneo) until you reach Vejer.

We recommend you park your car at the entrance to the town on La Corredera or use the public parking and walk into the old town. Vejer is an historical old town with several streets only open to residents.

Hiring a car at Gibraltar Airport:

There are plenty of reasonably priced car hire companies to choose from close to Gibraltar Airport. We suggest you walk across the border and hire a car from La Linea (5 minutes easy walk) Our recommended rental company, however, is Espacar.es.

Map of Vejer de la Frontera

The map below shows where Vejer is in southern Spain and the distance from Gibraltar Airport.

Arriving By Bus To Vejer De La Frontera

Vejer has two bus stops, one is La Barca de Vejer which is on the N-340 from Malaga to Cadiz. It is 1.5 km from the town of Vejer, you can take a taxi from here to the town which costs approximately 6€. The other bus stop is in town, next to the Tourist office and about a 5 minute walk to the old town.
Check the bus timetable for further details:

Arriving By Train To Vejer De La Frontera

The nearest train stations are at San Fernando (45km) and Cádiz (50km) and Algeciras (70km). Stations are connected to the international rail network maintained by Renfe.

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Thank you once again, we truly had the most wonderful experience with you in Vejer. Our expectations were high coming to your classes and unbelievably were far surpassed!

I am looking forward to trying your wonderful recipes at home.

Pip Liebelt and 7 friends Melbourne, Australia. Here for 5 nights and 5 days - May 2015 Group Food & Wine Tour December 15, 2016

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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