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Wine Tourism Route of the Region in El Puerto de Santa María

Section of the route: Vereda de Villarana-Camino de Los Romanos



La Juncosa (reedy) Lagoon

A small paradise for aquatic birds

Rural Woman´s Garden

For visibility of the Rural Woman

Cortijo (Country House) Las Manoteras

A 17th century country house to practise sustainable tourism

The Local Vineyard

Places also express themselves through their wines

The Vía Augusta (the roman route from Rome to Cádiz)

Roman engineering at the service of exporting wine

The Pagos (estates)

The Place refining the taste, aroma and texture of the wine

Salada (Saltwater) Lagoon

The largest of the Endorreic Complex

Chica (Small) Lagoon

The lagoon pampered by tamarisk trees

Vineyard Las 26

Innovation and ecology, its keys to success


The dedication and effort of a farming family

The Choza (hut)

A modest Vineyard House

Friends of Red Wine Assoc., El Puerto de Santa María

Winemaking as a cultural and leisure alternative

La Bizarrona

The splendour of the Shippers to the Indies

El Toro Vineyard

The one that belongs to "Balbaina" and sometimes to "Los Tercios"

Forlong Vineyard

A young project for an 18th century Vineyard and Winery

Section of the route: Camino del Tejar-Descansadero del Gallo

El pago de (The estate of) Balbaína

Hundreds of millions of years in one glass

El Limbo and Santa Ana Vineyard

Adapting to new times

La Rosa Vineyard House

A Vineyard House founded by “Indianos” (Spaniards who made a fortune in America)

Boullet Vineyard

Keeping the pace

La Bendita Locura (formerly El Carmen Vineyard)

A vineyard, a dream and two women who make it come true

Pineda Vineyard

The vine that resists underground

Las Tablillas Vineyard House

On a plain at the edge of a lagoon

Majuelo Laffitte

A young vineyard that is over 150 years old

María-Manuela Vineyard

A Vineyard House with original structure

The Rooster´s Resting Place “El Descansadero del Gallo”

Two hectares for the relaxation of livestock and people

"Del Gallo" (rooster´s) Well

All year round watering thirsty livestock

Section of the route: Camino de Barceló-Camino de Araníbar

The Landscape of the Vineyard Houses

Fruit of the union between nature and mankind

Structure of the Vineyard Houses

Functionality as the origin of tradition

La Palma (palm) Vineyard

A Vineyard that was both from El Puerto and from Jerez

La Felipona Vineyard House

Studying the past to enrich the future

The Espartera Vineyard

A Vineyard House named after a working woman

La Pintada (painted) Vineyard House

A Vineyard House and a recovered vineyard

The Wine Trade

The industrial expansion of the wine industry in the 18th century

Araníbar Vineyard House

The trail of the “Cargadores a Indias” (Shippers to the Indies)

La Tula Vineyard

The Vineyard house with fortress battlements

María-Luisa or Campbell Vineyard

From merchant to winemaker

Nuestra Señora del (Our Lady of) Carmen Vineyard

Marked by stories of female entrepreneurs

María-Dolores Vineyard

A modest and charming old vineyard

The Vineyard Landscapes

The Wine Landscapes

Resources outside the tour

El Palomar Roman Furnace Complex

The clay industry for wine exports

The world’s oldest Complete Winery

The temple where gods turned into wine

“4 Ojos Wines” Cellar

Three female entepreneurs who started from a Dry Moscatel

“Southern Casks” barrel-making Workshop

Diversifying with tradition and innovation hand in hand

“Team Ariza-Paz" Equestrian Centre.

On horseback between the wine cellars and the vineyards

“La Cañada" Equestrian Centre

On horseback between the wine cellars and the vineyards

Venta el Cepo Restaurant

Traditional cuisine amidst vineyards
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