Why I love Vejer de la Frontera…

Vejer is an almost invisible town unless you happen to be flying over it. When I first visited the town in 1987 it was by mistake. No sign pointed invitingly up the hill, no edifications were visible, no roadside placards gave me any indication that there was a whole new world splashed lazily across this southern Andalucían hilltop. I was only trying to get back to Tarifa after a day’s windsurfing in Trafalgar Bay and took a wrong turning. Even now the town is only visible at the last minute as you round a bend and are faced with the brilliant white cubes and sandstone castellations of its ancient walls.

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Copyright Vejer.com 2011

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Author:James Stuart

Director y co-fundador del Grupo Califa. Viviendo en Vejer de la Frontera desde 1987 y trabajando con su primera empresa Discover Andalucia desde 1995. Casado con dos hijas es deportista y amante de la cultura en todas sus formas. Director and co-founder of the Califa Group. James has been living in Vejer since 1987. James's first company Discover Andalucia (1995) a destination management business for Activity Holiday operators has diversified into the Califa Group. Married with two children James is a keen sportsman and a lover of art and culture in all its forms.

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