Our Jerez office is located in a business park in the northern part of the city. It is close to the city centre and has access to the A-4 motorway heading south and the AP-4 motorway, linking it to Seville and Malaga. The city offers good connections to national and international destinations as it is five minutes away from Jerez international airport.
The office boasts a cafeteria that serves breakfast and lunch. The building is next to a modern sports hall with a spa and solarium, as well as its own cafeteria, which offers discounts and special offers to local employees.
Our office has a fully equipped kitchen, which is regularly used for group breakfasts and for Pizza and Beer Thursdays.
In addition to the cafeteria in our building and the one at the spa, we are very close to a craft beer brewery called La Pepa, with its own tap room. Bar Maypa is only a two-minute walk away and offers typical Andalusian specialities and is famous in Jerez for its “Tortillón”. Our neighbourhood also includes a pizzeria, and there is a range of restaurants to choose from on the Avenida de Voltaire, which is only 15 minutes away by foot.
adesso provides unlimited coffee and tea to make sure our adessi are always at their brightest. The last Thursday of every month is Pizza and Beer Thursday. And any new employees who play Padel tennis or enjoy running will feel right at home at our Jerez office.
Wine, horses and flamenco...
Wine is, and always has been, a key part of the history of Jerez. Jerez lies at the heart of the Marco de Jerez region, which is an area that combines traces and testimonies of thousands of years of history and preserves a rich historical and artistic heritage, such as the famous bodegas of Jerez, known as “cathedrals of wine”. The bodegas in Jerez open their doors to visitors and invite them to immerse themselves in the exciting world of the soleras and criaderas – the sherry production system.
Jerez is also known for its horses and is considered the birthplace of the famous Andalusian or purebred Spanish horses. In places such as the Yeguada de La Cartuja-Hierro del Bocado, horses are able to roam freely and put on unique performances. The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art Foundation offers a once-in-a-lifetime show with dancing horses.
Jerez is also considered to be the birthplace of flamenco art, with the “bulería” style being most typical of Jerez. Jerez has a very close relationship with flamenco and offers countless opportunities to dive into this world. The city also organises guided tours of venues such as the tablaos, tabancos and many flamenco clubs.
You only have to stroll through the streets and squares of the legendary neighbourhoods of San Miguel and Santiago to be swept up by it and get a taste of how the people of Jerez enjoy flamenco.