SEVILLE AND CADIZ
ITINERARY: Utrera, Lebrija, Arcos, Medina Sidonia, Paterna de Ribera, Vejer, Facinas.
All this -and much else that there is no room for- marked by an uninterrupted expanse of beautiful countryside where bullfighting is a way of life. From Jaén to Huelva, passing through Seville and Málaga, the country is full of pastures and in some parts , such as the so-called "ruta del toro", from Medina Sidonia to Vejer de la Frontera in the province of Cadiz, there are over twenty stock farms of fighting bulls. Should a visitor have the opportunity, he should not miss the occasion of seeing one of these properties withits country home and little ring where the young bulls undergo a test of bravery. Albaserrada, Tulio, Bohorquez, Nuñez, Cebada, Domecq, Tassara, Buendía, Jandilla, Rojas, Manolo González, Murube, Ordoñez, Peralta, Puerta, are but some of the names that an aficionado can recall of owners of stock faros in Andalucía.