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Lucas Fox offers an extensive range Cádiz and Jerez luxury real estate for sale, from apartments and villas to grand, rustic properties. Properties for sale in Cádiz and Jerez are often in the form of large country houses with numerous bedrooms and large plots with swimming pools, taking advantage of the wonderful Mediterranean climate with its hot, dry summers and mild winters. Cádiz and Jerez property lists often include equestrian estates and properties with acres of land for agricultural purposes. Historical properties and quaint old village houses often come on to the market in this area with pretty rustic features. Most Cádiz and Jerez properties offer spectacular views, given the wonderful natural surroundings.
Cádiz and Jerez are the two main cities in the west of Andalucía. Properties for sale in Cádiz are located in or close to the city's historic centre or on the beautiful coast. The city is surrounded by a Natural Park called Sierra de Grazalema, which is one of Spain's most popular. Jerez, birthplace of Flamenco, is the main transport hub for western Andalucía, as well as the region's economic centre. It offers a varied annual calendar of cultural events where typical features of Andalusian culture, such as horses, flamenco and wine, are in the limelight. Properties in the Jerez area usually have equestrian, sports or hunting facilities.
Also within the province of Cádiz, 35km inland from San Roque and Sotogrande on the coast of Andalucía, about 200m above sea level and surrounded by the stunning countryside of the Los Alcornocales Natural Park, we find the charming historic town of Jimena de la Frontera which forms part of the "pueblos blancos" (white villages) of Andalucía. The town is on the train route between Algeciras and Granada and the Gibraltar and Málaga Airports are 30 minutes and 1 hour and 15 minutes away respectively. The proximity to Sotogrande means easy access to an array of exclusive facilities and services, including international schools and nautical and equestrian clubs. The area has recently become popular with British expats and this influx of international residents and holidaymakers has been accompanied by a rise in the range of services and leisure options available here.