Vejer sits atop a hill above the Barbate River. The orientation, although at first glance it seems logical and simple, is not so much so make sure to go down a steep slope before embarking on the road or you will see yourself, as a server, going up and down streets to find the car.
The town is walled and still retains the towers and gates that distinguish it as a medieval city. Some churches stand out for their Mudejar Gothic style, such as the Parish Church of the Divine Savior or the Church of the Conceptionist Nuns.
The best thing about Vejer is to get carried away by the tranquility that the population enjoys and take a dip in the neighboring Playa del Palmar just over 9 kilometers away.
Vejer is an ideal place to enjoy the beach in an authentic and quiet place. One goes to the beach in the morning and in the afternoon approaches the phenomenal tablao of the Peña Cultural Flamenca that is located at the top of the old town. Here they do many concerts at night and attention: a cubata comes out for 3 euros ...