Costa Ballena has four kilometres of beaches bathed by the Atlantic
The development's 400 hectares are located in the province of Cádiz,
where the oldest and famous wine in the world, sherry, is produced
and where they raise the famous Jerez horses from which the prized
Spanish breed descends.
The vineyards that dominate the landscape date from Roman times,
two thousand years ago. Costa Ballena is also the cradle of the
purest and richest Mediterranean folklore, flamenco.
The varied gastronomy, abounding in popular recipes, many of them
influenced by the Morish inhabitants, links up with present-day
Mediterranean cuisine, in which vegetables, fruit, cereals, olive
oil, and fresh seafood and game all find a place.
The cultural and architectural heritage combines with values provided
by progress and modernity to create a unique, well-communicated
area with three international airports nearby (Jerez, Seville, and
Gibraltar), a motorway that links up the European networks via Seville
and Madrid, and a high-speed train terminal in Seville, a city located
less than an hour by road.