With a quadrangular floor plan, it is built around a large central courtyard of Italian marble, and a three-story facade with majestic balconies that give way to one of the best views of Jerez. Admire the work of architects Juan Diaz de la Guerra, the Sevillian Antonio Matias de Figueroa, and Pedro de Cos who were also the minds behind numerous re...
- * Access to Domecq Palace
- * Audio guide in Spanish, English, and French
- * Children under 6 years old enter for free, please select a ticket for them Scan your ticket at the entrance in Plaza Aladro nº 2.
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