Verje de la Frontera
Located on the Costa de la Luz in southwest Spain, Vejer de la Frontera is a small, historic town with a population of just 8,000. A stroll through the winding streets of this hilltop village reveals whitewashed buildings with balconies, intimate hotels and guest houses, cafés with terraces, and spectacular views of the beaches of Conil and Zahara. Once an enclave to the Moors, Vejer de la Frontera is enclosed by medieval walls which embrace an abundance of Arabic-influenced architecture.
Vejer and its surrounding areas offer great opportunities for outdoor activities, like horseback riding, bicycling, paragliding, snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing, and hiking, not to mention the many fiestas and cultural events scheduled through out the year. Vejer de la Frontera's weather is mild most of year, with lows around 54ºF in winter and 65ºF during autumn and spring. Summers can be quite hot, with highs reaching into the 80s, but breezes from the coast try their best to keep it comfortable.