Sanlúcar de Barrameda is famous for its rich cuisine, from the delicious tapas in the bars around the Plaza Cabildo to the typical seafood and fish dishes of the restaurants along Bajo de Guía, and its Manzanilla wine is the perfect drink to accompany every dish.
The golden sand beaches, from Bajo de Guía to La Jara, taking in La Calzada and Las Piletas, stretch for 6 kilometres along the Guadalquivir's shoreline, offering spectacular views over the water to Doñana National Park, not to mention its famous sunsets.
Nearby are the towns of Jerez de la Frontera and Puerto de Santa María, and the provincial capital of Cádiz, as well as lots of charming villages in the surrounding area. And, with Seville just 100 km. away, Sanlúcar de Barrameda is conveniently close to the largest city in Andalusia.