You’ll find cheap flights to Jerez relatively easy to come by during the spring and autumn months (late March to late May and September to early November.) The weather is usually warm and a lot of tourists flock to the city for some Spanish sun. The other busiest period is during the peak of summer, however it can get very hot, normally around the high 20’s to low 30’s. This makes it very difficult to wander around on foot. If you visit during the Easter Holy Week, then you’ll see traditional Catholic processions and experience a week-long event. Flights to Jerez are a lot more expensive during Easter though, so make sure you secure your flight tickets early on to make a saving.
Winter would be the obvious off season as temperatures decline, however things never get too cold so some tourists still venture off for a getaway. The cheapest flights to Jerez can be found during the winter, so if you’re not too fussed about hot temperatures, aim for December to February to find the cheapest flight tickets.
Flights from London to Jerez: 2 hours 55 minutes.
Flights from Manchester to Jerez: 7 hours 55 minutes.
Flights from Birmingham to Jerez: 7 hours 10 minutes.
Flights from Glasgow to Jerez: 7 hours 25 minutes.
Iberia,Thomson, British Airways and Ryanair are the major airlines that provide cheap flights to Jerez. There are couple of alternatives however, so when you’re searching for flight tickets it’s worth researching a few different dates to see what is available. Ryanair will usually offer the cheapest flights to Jerez although don’t expect a luxurious flight with them. British Airways are higher quality and they provide complimentary food and drinks onboard, however you’ll be paying more for your flight tickets.
The airport is only around 8km away from the centre and there are a couple of options to help you get there. There are several different buses you can opt for. They are the M-050, M-053, M-561, or the M-970. Once you’re flights to Jerez have landed, you can easily find more information such as bus times or which route will be best for you. Another choice is to jump on a train. There are a couple of different routes you can opt for but they all pass through the centre of Jerez, so once you find your way to the airport train station you can decide which one works for you. You could also rent a car from the airport which is a great way to get around and explore Spain, however you might find a car more of a burden if you’re purely just going to drive to your hotel and then drive back to the airport. Lastly, you can decide to find a taxi from outside of the airport. These aren’t too expensive due to the short distance you’ll be travelling, however they aren’t the cheapest option either. If you don’t want to wait for a bus or train, then a taxi is more convenient and you’ll get dropped at your door. If you are travelling with friends and can split the fare then you’ll find a taxi could be more cost effective.