Walls and Jerez Gate of Tarifa
The Jerez Gate (Puerta de Jerez, in spanish) is the only corridor that is still preserved out of the four that once made up the Wall of Tarifa and is also one of the most important monuments of the city.
Jerez Gate is sandwiched between two crenellated towers and consists of an empty row consisting of three arches. The plaque on the top of Jerez Gate recalls the capture of the city by Sancho IV of Castile in 1292.
The original wall was built by the Arabs, but the Christians restored and expanded it between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.