We were in Jerez to see the Flamenco Institute. It closed at 2 so we had time before we needed to return to Cadiz. We walked past the cathedral and went to the Alcazar. At the time (in May 2014) the entrance was being worked on so we walked all the way around before we noticed how to get in.
There are many areas of the site to see. They have a pharmacy upstairs. The grounds are interesting too. Many of the places have been excavated to show their original use. They have a massive press for making olive oil.
There was a small fee, about 5 euros as I recall.
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