Vejer de la Frontera
If you are exploring the N340 Costa de la Luz coast road, you'd be wise to make time for a wander around Vejer. This classic white village on the hilltop is well worth a visit. It is actually 10 kilometers inland, perched high above the steep gorge of the River Barbate.
The more interesting arrival is from the outpost at the bottom of the ravine called La Barca de Vejer. From here take the steep road up the escarpment and straight into the beautiful Plaza de Espana, undoubtedly one of the prettiest village squares in Spain. The town square, shaded by vast palm trees, has a wonderful old fountain with traditional ceramic Andalucian frogs, which spout water high into the air, thus forming a fountain. If you are lucky, park the car in the plaza. If not park on the road leading up to the plaza and walk back.
From the plaza enter the old walled town through the arch (Arco de la Villa). This stunning castellated town is a magical place to explore, its quiet cobbled streets meandering through a charming jumble of secret corners, hidden patios and delightful houses. One is relieved to find barely a hint of plastic or a trace of the 20th Century. Even the rubbish bins appear to have been carefully designed to please the eye!
The village has been officially declared an Historical Artistic Monument of National importance.
Vejer de la Frontera has excellent Holiday Rentals for visitors. Inside the town itself you will find comfortable, charming hotels as well as the traditional Spanish “pensiones” or “hostals” which… More →
The Tourist Office of Vejer de la Frontera is located in Avenida Los Remedios 2, opening from Monday to Sunday.
Bungalows & Camping in Vejer de la Frontera.
Vejer de la Frontera is perched on a hilltop with panoramic views of the Cádiz countryside and coast. If you’re looking for properties in the Vejer area, expect to mainly find flats, townhouses… More →
Vejer de la Frontera is located off the N-340 Costal road between the cities of Cádiz and Algeciras. It is at the south of the A-48 autovia south from Cadiz. Take the exit at kilometre 36 and… More →
One of the most unexpected thrills of Vejer for a first time visitor is the huge number of eateries hidden away in the beautiful Pueblo Blanco. Then a further surprise is that it is almost… More →
Southern Spain is well known around the world for providing top quality golf opportunities in a climate that well suited to the sport. While the Costa del Sol – also known as the Costa del Golf –… More →
Some of Spain’s loveliest natural parks are located near Vejer de la Frontera. In fact, the La Breña Natural Park and the Barbate Wetlands (las Marismas de Barbate) are partially located within… More →
Vejer de la Frontera has excellent holiday rentals for visitors. Inside the town itself you will find comfortable, charming town houses and apartments which are range from simple and provide the… More →
Vejer de la Frontera is a charming village with many beautiful sights to see throughout. A meeting place with numerous cafes and bars around the outside. In the centre there is an ornate ceramic… More →
Just nine kilometres from Vejer de la Frontera the Playa del Palmar beach stretches out across the Cádiz coast inviting visits from locals and tourists alike. Nearby Capes of Trafalgar and Roches… More →
If you are considering visiting Vejer de la Frontera you may find our maps a useful tool, we provide three maps, one of the region of Andalucia with Vejer de la Frontera highlighted.