Where to sleep in Puerto de Santa María

Sleep in Puerto de Santa María

This stately-looking city is located at the mouth of the Guadalete River. It had an extraordinary splendor for its important role in the Discovery and trade with the New World. It is still an important wine center and is one of the main tourist destinations in the south-west of Andalusia. During your visit to the Port of Santa María, you may be interested in seeing the Priory Church or the Osborne Winery, where you can taste a good Vino de Jerez (Sherry Wine). If you plan to sleep in Puerto de Santa María, read on to see our recommendations to make your choice easier.

Iglesia Mayor Prioral
Castillo de San Marcos

If you want to sleep in El Puerto de Santa María we recommend the Hotel Monasterio San Miguel, which stands on an old monastery from 4 centuries ago. It is about 15 minutes away from the beach walking. This hotel has a pool where you can have a drink in it because it has a bar in it. The hotel preserves many elements of the original architecture, such as the cloisters or the enclosed courtyard in Andalusian style. The rooms at this hotel are very large and they have a private garage. The beds are very large and comfortable.

The Puerto Sherry Suites are impressive apartments that face the harbor. They are decorated with minimalist decor and blue finishes. The glass balconies invite you to spend an afternoon looking for the horizon that separates the sky and the sea. Undoubtedly, a very good option to sleep in Puerto de Santa María.

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Hotel Monasterio San Miguel
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Suites Puerto Sherry

If you prefer to sleep in the towns around Puerto de Santa María, the closest one is Puerto Real, where you can stay in the 4-star Gran Hotel Ciudad del Sur. It is a bit an old but elegant and well equipped hotel. It is a 20-minute drive from the Jerez racing circuit. The pool is a bit small but very clean. Its breakfast is very good.

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Gran Hotel Ciudad del Sur

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