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  2. Medina-Sidonia - Wikipedia

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    Medina-Sidonia, one of Spain's most important ducal seats in the 15th century, produced an admiral, Alonso Pérez de Guzmán, 7th Duke of Medina Sidonia, who led the Spanish Armada against England in 1588. The title of Duque de Medina Sidonia was bestowed upon the family of Guzmán El Bueno for his valiant role in taking the town.

  3. Medina-Sidonia - Official Andalusia tourism website

    www.andalucia.org/en/medina-sidonia

    Historically speaking, the town of Medina Sidonia is one of the richest in the province of Cadiz, having been a meeting point for a variety of different civilisations. Remains such as the caves which run from El Berrueco to La Sierra de la Momia, culminating in El Tajo de las Figuras (Benalup) and the "Venus of Fertility" ("Venus de la Fecundidad") prove that the area was inhabited in prehistoric times.

  4. Medina-Sidonia - Spain.info

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    Medina Sidonia is one of the richest cities, when it comes to history, in the entire province of Cadiz. It is located south of the route of the white towns, and it is famous for having within its township numerous fighting-bull ranches. Located in the middle of the province, halfway between the farmland and the sierra, Medina Sidonia is the melting pot of many different civilisations.

  5. Medina-Sidonia: A Guide to Spain’s Oldest Pueblo Blanco

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    Medina-Sidonia is famous for the “alfajor de Medina” pastry, which was honoured with a “Denomination of Origin” classification. This delicious, cylindrical Moorish cake features a variety of nuts, honey and spices and is often toasted to provide that crispy, warm Andalusian dessert goodness.

  6. Guide to Village of Medina-Sidonia | White hilltop Village ...

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    Medina Sidonia is an unspoilt, ancient hilltop town, little-known despite its important history. The town was one of Spain's most important ducal seats in the 15th century; producing an admiral who led the Spanish Armada against England. The title of Duque de Medina Sidonia was bestowed upon the family of Guzmán El Bueno, of the Tarifa siege, for his valiant role in taking the town.

  7. Things to Do in Medina-Sidonia - Tripadvisor

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    Medina-Sidonia, Spain22 contributions Romantic at night Reconstructed part of the ancient village wall. There is a beautiful Arabic Arch. Under the wall is the old cattle watering fountains. Illuminated at night and El Show Tapas restaurant has tables for dinner by the wall under great lights. Eat under the wall and look up at the moon.

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