Plaza de España in Vejer de la Frontera is the nerve centre of Vejer, embraced by numerous bars and restaurants, where visitors and residents meet to chat, relax or admire the beauty of this unique spot.
Plaza de España (“Spain Square”), in Vejer de la Frontera, has its origins in the 16th century, when the city exceeded the existing walled enclosure.
During subsequent centuries, it was used for the celebration of different bullfighting activities. The current appearance of this spot, including the central fountain, is due to a remodelling. It was carried out in the mid-20th century.
This lovely square is the nerve centre of Vejer, embraced by numerous tapas bars and restaurants. Visitors and residents meet to chat, relax or admire the beauty of this unique spot. It is also known as “Plaza de los Pescaítos”.
In short, when you stop by Plaza de España, in Vejer, you will understand why for many it is one of the most charming places in the municipality.
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