Our apartment has one double and one twin bedroom, a living room, a well equipped kitchen and a bathroom. There is a roof terrace with table and chairs and a stunning view of the village where you can sit to watch the sun setting with your evening drinks and an area for hanging out your washing. It is situated in the old part of the town and access from the street is via a charming tiled courtyard which is characteristically full of flowering plants and a sitting area.The apartment is on the second floor of the two-storey block of six. The area is extremely quiet and the only sounds we have heard in the mornings are the distant cocks crowing and the church bells. The apartment has two full length windows which makes it very light and airy.There is AIR CONDITIONING and HEATING for use when needed.Our RECENT ADDITION is WIFI so you can use your own laptop and connect to your own radio stations,use email,Skype and Facebook etc and generally keep up with the news.This is an extra and we will check with you before you arrive if you require it .A baby cot is available.
For entertainment the apartment has is a music centre and TV, DVD player and Video with various CD's and DVD's. There are a good selection of Maps and Guide books that also avaiable. For the beach there are body boards,mats,wind shelter and many other items including beach chairs and Beach towels.
General Information: From Vejer it is easy to visit many other beautiful and well-known areas. You can fly into Jerez or Gibraltar airport and be in Vejer within fifty minutes. The roads have good clear signs and are all of good quality. Seville and Malaga are all within 2hrs drive from Vejer and any of these trips are a great way to start your exploration of this exciting area of southern Spain. The white towns are all within easy reach and Granada is only about 5hrs drive. A day trip to Morocco is very easy, it takes 40 minutes to drive to Tarifa where you take a 40 minutes boat trip to another exciting continent. It is a very easy and fast drive to Jerez, Cadiz and Seville, all extremely interesting towns with many historic places of interest to visit. Driving out past the spectacular white town of Arcos de la Frontera towards the mountains, you will see many beautiful villages such as El Bosque and Grazelema with clear views and snow in winter months.Cordoba is also within easy reach.
Things to Do: The area is renowned for great windsurfing, body boarding and kite surfing. There are great opportunities for whale watching excursions at Tarifa, with guaranteed sightings of a variety of species of these enchanting mammals. The bird watching is very good and the area is wonderful for walkers. There are several national parks that are very well kept. The coastline is used by many for strolling as well as serious walking. Jerez is the home of Flamenco and of course the Bodagas to visit for those who enjoy sherry and wines. There are many horse riding centres nearby and you will often see groups riding along the beaches. In Vejer there is a centre where you can organise bikes for hire, Kayaking, walking groups with others who are keen to explore and many other group and individual activities.
Advice on Flights and Car Hire:
Ryanair fly into Jerez and Seville. BA and Easyjet Fly into Gibalatar and Malaga .
The roads throughout the area are excellent and really empty so it very easy to travel around.