Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Jerez and Cadiz Day Trip from Costa del Sol with Winery Tour, Andalusian Horse Show and Sightseeing Cruise. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
cadiz was very nice, you need to stay loner there to enjoy the city
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.
the transfer take too long and the confirmation from viator did not come to the local agency and ı had to make international calls which cost me money
We spend more time on the bus picking up people and dropping them off ,we got picked up from Torremolinos at 7:05 am and were dropped off 9;30 pm. My advice if you are staying in Torremolinos don't go .
Jerez and Cadiz is beautiful!! The excursion itself was really nice. The guide didn't say too many things of the sights, almost nothing (!) during the whole excursion. We had the accommodation in Málaga and they picked up us first in the morning. Then we were driving through the coast picking up everybody, stopping at every corner. On the whole, the journey to Cadiz took 4 hours, and back 4 hours again! We had to get up early and we were the last who left the bus at 8:30 in the evening. It was horrible!!! 8 hours only on the bus. I wouldn't go again because of this.
Was a very long day as we were based in Malaga so were picked up at 6.40am , returning after 9pm.We're disappointed to only have a 5 minute drive around Jerez . This was not obvious from the itinerary and should be in the publicity for the tour.the sherry tasting was good although you only get a 15 minute horse show with one guy and one horse. This is at the bodega. Boat trip to Cadiz was fine although there wasn't much at the lunch stop, Puerto Santa Maria,as you are dropped there at siesta time. Cadiz is beautiful and well worth the long day. However our big disappointment was the guide. His information was limited, instructions unclear and ability to communicate effectively with his clients disappointing. (This was not down to his language skills but his attitude) .He was just going through the motions and did nothing to make us want to book with this company again.We felt we knew more about the area than he did but wanted to know so much more of the rich history of the region , hence the decision to take the trip initially. The publicity material needs to mention the possible length of day, whistle stop drive around Jerez and actual nature of the horse display.
I do not reccomend this trip to anyone! For me, the guided tour doesn't mean that we arrive in Cadiz and have two hours free time! In addition, the bus was as cold as a refrigerator.