Among its rich artistic heritage we could find:
Roadway, Water Carriages and Roman Services, Roman architecture I Century. Los Santos Mártires Heritage. Visigoth architecture VII Century. Remains of the Alcazar and Castle. Medieval architecture XII-XV Centuries. Three of its gates arches still remains namely Sol, Pastora or Salada and Belen.
Santa María La Mayor La Coronada Church. Gothic and Renaissance architecture and Baroque art. XVI-XVII centuries.
San José del Cuervo Monastery. Baroque architecture XVIII. Ruins of the castle.
Among its remarkable civil architecture and its characteristics cottages, The Enrile House in Llanete square, the Town Hall built in the XVIII century with transition to the Neoclassical period, the Main Market and Caminillo Gardens XIX Century are highlighted.
On the outskirts of Medina, there are many fountains such as: Comendador Fountain, Los Naranjos Fountain, Azocarrem Fountain, Dulce Fointain, Salada Fountain...
Apart from the hinting richness inmany of Medina Sidonia's meadows, one of the most prestigious bull herds is found giving a picturesque touch to the landscape.