The Alcazar of Jerez , formerly a Moorish fortress and now a housing park is one of the best places to visit after a winery tour in Jerez. At the patio, you´re greeted with these tall palm trees and cypress which can also be found in the garden of the palace.
The old palace also has an olive press/ museum where you can see how olive oil was extracted in the olden days right before it became mass prodcuced in modern factories.
Fronting the garden where the ruins of the baths once used by the Moors and when you´re on top, you can also see the Jerez skyline. It was drizzling and windy, hence, bad hair day for me too as you can see. ;) I wore animal prints to offset the basic colors that I was wearing.
|top- New Yorker, pants- Promod, bag-Longchamp, booties- Mango|
I´m loving these sculpted horses on the patio, they look so alive! :)
More Andalusian photos to follow in my next travel posts, I hope you aren´t tired of southern Spain yet. ;) In the meantime, I hope you´ll have a sunny weekend ahead. We´re back to winter mode here again in the north. It´s too bad because we´re having a fiesta weekend but as usual the weather´s not cooperating. :(
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Hugs to all! :)