Calle Bellido 4
Vejer de la Frontera
You can get to Vejer easily, there are 4 airports to choose from :
Jerez - 45 minutes
Gibraltar - 1 hour 45 minutes
Luton – Monarch
Heathrow – British Airways
Gatwick – Easy Jet
Manchester – Monarch
Seville - 1hr 40 mins
Heathrow – Iberia and Vueling
Liverpool – Ryan Air
Stanstead – Ryan Air
Malaga - 2 hours 15 minutes
Almost every airport in UK offers flights to Malaga
Taxi €110 + tolls
San Fernando – 32km.
Algeciras – 50km.
Guests wishing to travel by rail can travel to San Fernando from Madrid or Seville and then transfer by bus to Vejer.
It's a good idea to hire a car while in the area so that you can get out and explore the region.
We had an enquiry from a family who needed details travelling to Vejer via train and buses through Spain , so I thought a little more info in this area may be helpful to all those eco warriors out there!!.
Once you are in Andalucia find your way to Cadiz. This is so you will get the correct bus all the way into Vejer .
Here’s a bus timetable (PDF) with all the times from Jerez airport to Jerez bus station and onwards to Cadiz.. Here’s a bus timetable (PDF) going from Cadiz to Vejer ctr and to La Barca de Vejer just outside the town and onto Barbate and Zahara de los Atunes.
So, if you’re coming on the Ave, buy your ticket all the way to Cadiz and change at Seville, or if you’re coming from Jerez airport – get a bus to Cadiz (75 mins).
There are also several buses a day from Tarifa, Algeciras and La Linea (for Gibraltar), and Malaga and Seville, but these all stop at La Barca de Vejer at the bottom of the hill on the N340, So no good if you have lots of bags , Children , Granny etc you wont get up the hill too fast. You can get a taxi in La Barca .
Come on you eco Warriors!!!.