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.

Casa Shelly

A boutique-style guest house in Vejer de la Frontera in Cadiz, Spain. Guests are treated to all the comforts of a home-away-from-home within the unique setting of Vejer’s historic old town. Seven charming rooms, all individually appointed, offer guests a truly comfortable stay. Elegant décor and the warmest of welcomes await you at Casa Shelly.

Open for reservations throughout all seasons, Casa Shelly is equipped with central heating for the colder winter months.

Like the sound of one of our handpicked places to stay and hotels in Vejer de la Frontera?

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We first met Annie at her week long Classic Andalusia course in Vejer in 2017.  We have returned twice since, for the Almadraba (unmissable!) in May 2018 and Annie’s Menorca Culinary tour October 2019. Annie’s enthusiasm is infectious and the hospitality is second to none – shared with excellent like-minded company. It’s the gold standard of all the food tours that we have done. We have no doubt that we will be back again.

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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