Explore the UNESCO-listed Doñana National Park on this 8-hour small-group tour. Discover the unique wetlands and observe local wildlife such as wild boars and birds and perhaps even the Iberian lynx. Then head to Sanlúcar de Barrameda to experience the local wine culture and sample its world-famous Manzanilla wine.
Horseback ride through the scenery of Grazalema Natural Park on this half-day tour in Cadiz. You'll be matched with a horse according to your skill level and follow guide down the trail; even those who have never ridden before can participate. Enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the natural reserve, reaching rugged parts of the landscape that tour buses can't visit.
Scarce public transit makes a tour the easiest way to visit the stunning White Towns of Andalucia. This private tour from Cadiz offers incredible value by letting you visit the string of towns in just a day while learning about the history of each from your guide. Plus, traveling with a private tour means you can linger at the spots that interest you the most and move on from any that don’t.
Discover the serene landscapes of one of Europe's most unique ecosystems on a private small-group tour to Doñana National Park. This UNESCO-listed wetlands preserve is home to an amazing variety of plants and animal species including birds of prey, wild boars, and the elusive Iberian lynx. You’ll also get a dose of local culture with a visit to Sanlúcar de Barrameda and taste it famous Manzanilla wine.
Get a taste of Andalusia’s wild side on this private countryside day trip, from Jerez. Experience a day in the life of magnificent animals like wild bulls and cows. After an intense Bulls experience, taste a bit of wildness yourself by riding on horseback through La Suara Natural Park.
11.00 Arrival at the farm and reception of visitors.
11.30 Walk to know the brave bull in its natural environment. 4 year old bulls.
Attendance to the training of riders in the riding arena of the farm.
Tour of the stables, tack room and courtyards of the cortijo.
Visit to the corrals, wharf and groping square.
Visit to the covered bullring Virgen del Recuerdo, Museum of the three
Domecq generations in the art of Rejoneo.
Visit to the chapel Ntra Sra del Recuerdo.
Bar and souvenir shop.
13.00 End of the visit.
Gestüt Yeguada La Pasión offers ambitious riders first-class riding lessons and interesting horse-related courses.
In part, our thoroughbred PREs and Lusitanos are trained up to the Grand Prix lessons.
The well-maintained stud farm offers modern equestrian installations and invites you to feel good. Have interesting conversations with other riders and enjoy instruction on finely trained horses.
We look forward to you!
Experience Cádiz’s natural beauty on this private hiking day trip to La Garganta Verde and Zahara de la Sierra, from Jerez. Go on a 2-hour adventure hike through La Garganta Verde, a stunning gorge inside Grazalema Natural Park. The trail crosses a deep river, so swimming know-how, waterproof shoes, and swimsuits are recommended. Then visit the picturesque white village of Zahara de la Sierra, and admire panoramic views from its hilltop castle, overlooking Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.
It will be an amazing tour where the most beautiful corners of this wonderful village and amazing places and routes from the area will be seen, having an interesting conversation in Spanish about our Culture. In the surroundings there are also very interesting places that I always recommend visiting after having some tapas and a good wine
Enjoy a private tour to the White Towns of Andalusia. The White Towns of Andalusia are a series of towns in southern Spain, mostly within Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. All of the villages are characterized by white washed walls and red or brown tiled roofs. Some say that these villages paint the white house to ward off the intense summer heat that affects mainly the towns along the Sierra de Grazalema. But keep whitewashed houses is a very ancient custom in the Mediterranean to disinfect the environment in the plague epidemic period. The lime mixed with water produces a high heat kill any microorganism. Therefore, people living in cities with houses "whitewashed" ended up escaping more disease than those who did not. Today times have changed, but the tradition is still alive, somehow, marking the time to paint the facades (whitewashed). So much so that in some pueblos blancos, you can paint the exteriors of homes without taxes.