Vejer de la Frontera is a charming white town on the Costa de la Luz in the province of Cádiz. The walled old town is situated on a 200 meter high cliff and about 8 km from the Atlantic Ocean. From here you have a fantastic view of the coast and to Morocco. Vejer de la Frontera was asked for its beauty and many important cultural sites in 1978 as a national monument and in 1976 as an art-historical monument. The Moorish influence can be seen on a walk through the narrow streets. The town has a castle, several important churches and a plaza where you can enjoy the typical life . Plaza de España His second name, Plaza de los Pescaitos, comes from the fish motifs that adorn the fountain in the middle. He is the busiest and most attractive meeting place of the city. Nearby is also the Town Hall.