- Day trip to Jerez and Cadiz from Costa del Sol with an expert guide
- Take in views of the Spanish countryside on the Bull Route to Jerez
- Enjoy an Andalusian horses show at a traditional Andalusian equestrian school
- Take a guided tour of Williams and Humbert winery and enjoy two wine samples
- Admire the beautiful Bay of Cadiz on a sightseeing cruise
- Enjoy panoramic views of central Cadiz on a coach tour
Arrive in Jerez and enjoy a guided visit of Williams and Humbert winery, one of the most prestigious wineries in the region. A member of the winery staff will guide you through the winery and explain the making and ageing of the wine. See the ageing plant and the equestrian equipment of the winery. Finish with a sample of two types of wine, accompanied with a snack.
Then, watch an exciting Andalusian horse show at a local equestrian school, featuring traditional dressage. Be enchanted by the horse breaker and his magnificent taming of the Andalusian horse, who will perform a beautiful dance.
After the show, relax on your coach and learn interesting stories about the region from your guide as you take in views of the Jerez countryside on the way to Puerto de Santa María, a lovely city in the province of Cadiz. Here, enjoy free time for lunch (own expense) at one of the numerous bars or restaurants.
Reunite with your guide and board a local boat for a sightseeing cruise along the Bay of Cadiz. Relax and admire the beautiful Cadiz beaches and lovely coast from the deck.
When you disembark, enjoy a panoramic sightseeing coach tour of the Cadiz city center, where you will see the famous Puertas de Tierra monument and the 18th-century Cadiz cathedral before returning to Costa del Sol.
Reviewed by Evis J, September 2012
cadiz was very nice, you need to stay loner there to enjoy the city
Reviewed by Ann K, September 2012
This was overall a very enjoyable trip.The guide was very good and was punctual and all ran smoothly. The winery and horse show were excellent - a good balance and the wine guide gave enough detiail to remain interesting rather than being too technical. We had however a very long day picked up in Malaga at 6.40 back at 10pm. We would have liked hotel pick up but overall very memorable.