Discover the culinary culture of Cadiz, the port city that is said to have “invented” tapas, during this small-group tasting tour. Walk around the city and learn about the history behind its regional cuisine as you stop at local tapas bars and shops. Some of the samplings include Iberian ham, shrimpfish, fish, and drinks like wine, sherry, and beer.
Discover the fascinating history of one of the western world’s oldest inhabited cities on a 2-hour walking tour of Cadiz’s Old Town. Learn about the various styles of architecture that represent the city’s multilayered past, admire the exterior of the seaside Cadiz Cathedral and see where residents shop at a local market. Wander through narrow alleyways and charming plazas while your guide shares legends and facts about the ancient town.
Guided tour to a winery and relaxed Sherry and Brandy tasting straight from the barrel. Introduction to the ancient relationship of the Jerezanos to the wine while walking through the historic center to the bodega (about 15 minutes), visiting places that tell us something about that history. At the winery, we learn first hand everything about the production of Sherry and Brandy. Of course, we also take time to taste these fine wines and spirits, most of them directly in the wine cellar. This tour is designed only for small groups – I prefer a familiar atmosphere.
Ideal for travelers with limited time in Cadiz, this walking tour showcases the historic city’s top attractions and provides insight into Cadiz’s culture. In a small group limited to 10 travelers, you’ll tick off landmarks including El Populo, the Roman Theater (Teatro Romano), and La Caleta Beach. Absorb the ancient charm of La Vina neighborhood, see both the old and new cathedrals, and delve into the 3,000-year-old history of the coastal city. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Cadiz city center are included.
Doing your own trip to Cadiz from Jerez means organizing a rental car, cabs, or trains, and exploring without a guide. With this small-group tour, travel to this Atlantic-washed city—believed to be Europe’s oldest—by air-conditioned vehicle. Then, enjoy a guided walking tour of Cadiz’ old quarter to see and learn about its highlights, and get your bearings, before free time stroll, shop, and eat independently.
Discover the flavors of Andalusia on a private tapas tour of Jerez, walking through the historic center as a guide shares stories about local history and cuisine. Visit two tapas bars for a tapa and drink, learning the background and ingredients of each thing you try. With the personal experience of a private guide, this tapas tour is the perfect introduction to Andalusian cuisine.
Discover southern Spain’s legacy of flamenco, wine, bull fighting, and more on a walking tour of Jerez. See ruins and surviving architecture that tell the story of the city's unique multicultural roots, from ancient Phoenician and Roman rule to more modern Christian and Moorish eras. Learn how Jerez became known as the home of sherry and the Carthusian horse, plus other little-known secrets revealed by an expert guide.
With our walking tours, you’ll skip the mundane historical tours and discover the city through a local’s eyes. Experience a tour that will transform the way you travel to make it as much about the people you meet, as it is the places you see. Our local guides (Lokafyers) are passionate about their city and eager to share their knowledge and perspective. Since Lokafyers are not professional guides and tour occasionally, they provide an experience that’s authentic and personal, like a friend showing you around their city. By the end of the tour, you'll feel comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay.
Experience the ancient alleys and historic landmarks of the Andalusian city of Cádiz during this 4.5-hour walking excursion. Wander through the narrow streets of the El Populo neighborhood, see the ruins of the city’s Roman theater, enjoy skip-the-line access to the 18th-century Torre Tavira (Tavira Tower), and much more. A tapas and wine tasting at a local eatery is also included.
Discover the multicultural heritage of Andalusia on a walking tour of Jerez, complete with visits to the city’s two most important landmarks. Learn about the legacy of Moorish rule at the 11th-century Alcazar palace, and experience the splendor of 17th-century Spain inside the majestic Gothic cathedral. Along the way, see Jerez’s most charming streets and plazas and gain insight into local culture from an art historian guide.
Don’t just find out about Cadiz while you’re there. Go and see it; experience it. And there really is so much to see and experience. This four hour excursion is a wonderful highlights package. You’ll get to see everything the guide books tell you to see. And you’ll have an experienced guide on hand to make sure you really appreciate it all. Depart from the port- Set out from the Port of Cadiz Hotel for a drive around the city walls- Visit the Plaza de Espana- Walking tour of Cadiz (Approx. 2 Hours)- Time to visit local museums- Visit the city's stunning cathedral- Return to the Populo quarter and move onto the Town Hall- Return to Cadiz port
Get an in-depth history of Napoleon and the role of the Spanish constitution in Cadiz on this 2-hour walking tour. Rather than wandering around the town on your own, travel with a guide to ensure you don't miss anything important. Listen to engaging commentary on the first Spanish constitution and the oldest city in Europe; highlights include Alameda Apodaca, Plaza San Antonio, Oratorio de San Felipe, and others.
You will enjoy a 700 meter walk watching the bulls in their habitat, birds, rabbits... The bulls ecosystem ﬂora and fauna. The breeding mares and foals looking safe and conﬁdent beside its mothers, tomorrow this littleone will be another member of the stable. A horse for riding, for work and for dressage.
Explore with us the most beautiful city in Spain!!We are Pancho’s "City Lovers"! Welcome to Sevilla and let us take you on a journey back in time, learn about the history and legends as we walk throughout the maze of the City Center.
From mountains to beach. This hike starts at the high rocks of the Sierra de la Plata. The earth path changes into a sandy path, the vegetation changes and we now walk through pine forests. There are beautiful vistas on the ocean and on the mountain ridges. Then we reach a 'valley', a gorge where you imagine yourself in a western. We walk past him up to a road, which we cross and follow a steep descending path ending at the beach. Possibility of swimming and walking along this wild coast.Then we walk back to the road and after a short while we arrive at a small charming bar where we can have a fish and drink a beer / wine, with that beautiful view of Morocco. Then we walk back to our starting point and drive to Zahora.We start at 450 meters altitude and it is an 8 km long walkMinimum 5 participants
Vip Cadiz Tours specializes in private personal tours, offering unique sightseeing tours for small or large groups from Cadiz to the key areas and sights.Your experienced local English speaking driver and guides will treat each of you as their personal guest, and provide a customized,caring service that you expect to make your day truly enjoyable!No other company offers the same selection of tours and day trips, offering good value and excellent customer service.So why not enjoy a private tour just for you or your group.You'll be met in a comfortable air conditioned vehicle at the entrance of your hotel / residence or Cadiz cruise port by an experienced local English-speaking tour driver. You can expect a great customer service with Vip Cadiz tours to prepare you for an amazing and memorable day.
The experience starts with a meeting at Santiago's Church, traditional church in one of the most gitano's neighborhoods of Jerez: Santiago. After an introduction of the historical importance of this neighborhood for the gypsies, you will walk around Santiago and San Mateo neighborhoods until arrive at a Peña Flamenca to see the Bailaora in action. At the Peña Flamenca you will have the opportunity to learn some basic steps and rhythms of flamenco and see how the Bailaora dances and teaches her technics. You will accompany the Bailaora and dive in her world, visiting sites that are important and significant for her. You will have the chance to see and live Jerez through her eyes. You will also discover the amazing environment of a Tabanco with live flamenco and sherry wine.*The Bailaora only speaks Spanish, you will have a guide during all tour translating her to your chosen language.
Instead of tasting sherry in a tourist restaurant, join a private guide for an exploration of tabancos, traditional Andalucian taverns where sherry is served alongside classic tapas. You’ll visit three or four tabancos for sherry and tapas as you explore the history of wine, dancing, and culture in Jerez, with stops along the way at some of the city’s top landmarks.
Program11.00 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.
Discover Jerez, here the wine, the horse and the flamenco are treated with the dedication that they deserve. Start visiting the Alcazar to enjoy its mosque, its Arab baths, garden area… Then make a stop to visit the cathedral with very relevant paintings & sculptures. After visiting the catedral you will go back to the starting point.