Getting to Vejer
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Jerez airport (50 minutes).
Direct flights with Ryanair & Iberia.
Gibraltar airport (75 minutes).
Direct flights with Easyjet, Monarch, BA & Iberia
Seville airport (90 minutes).
Direct flights with Ryanair, Iberia.
Málaga (130 minutes).
Direct flights with most airlines
Note that if flying to Gibraltar you will want to confirm that you are collecting the car from the Spanish side of the border (La Linea) to avoid getting caught in border delays.
Travel tip Queues at airport car hire desks can be long. If travelling with luggage have the driver go straight through customs to the car rental desk while the passenger waits for the bags.
Buses and trains
Once in Vejer
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escondrijo is in a quiet pedestrian lane at the heart of the walled old town. The streets are narrow and although you can get a car to the house we don't recommend it.
Parking in Vejer is a mix of free municipal car parks and on-street parking, and a new car-park quite nearby on the Corredera which costs €10/day with escondrijo vouchers.
If you are travelling light, find somewhere to park and then walk to escondrijo (midway between the main church at the top of the hill and the Plaza de España).
If you have heavy bags we recommend you go to the Plaza de España to unload luggage before finding parking (there are only a handful of spaces in the Plaza). From the Plaza head up the hill to the right of the Ayuntamiento (town hall) through the archway, go straight on to the Vera Cruz restaurant, turn left into Calle Eduardo Shelley and escondrijo is first left in Callejón Oscuro.
Don't forget to print and bring the map, and if at any time you need help, please call us, we'll be happy to come and assist.