Explore Andalusia & Vineyards of South Spain – 7 days

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Immerse yourself in Andalusian terroir and let yourself be seduced by its wines. Explore the different wine estates of this beautiful region where tradition meets modernity. Learn more about the labels, designations of origin and characters of its wines, including sweet or fortified wines from Andalusia.

Suggested duration: 7 days

Theme: Food & wine

Difficulty : For all public

Visited countries: Spain

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Day 1 : Sevilla - Wine Tasting

Meet and greet at the airport by your driver and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy a meal at Pelayo restaurant, including wine tasting with 3 premium wines, served by the cellar master, in the heart of Seville’s wine quarter. The full guided experience lasts approximately for one hour to one and a half hour with great insights for wine enthusiasts. You will of course be able to ask questions and find out more about the different local wines.

Night at Rey Alfonso X hotel in standard room.

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Day 2 : Sevilla - City Tour

You will meet your English-speaking guide at 9.30am for your Sevilla City Tour. You start with the Alcazar, a rich palace of Mudejar architecture, followed by the jewish district (Barrio de Santa Cruz). You can then enjoy a full exploration of the Andalusian capital ‘à la carte’.

Your guide recommends you to see La Giralda, the Torre de Oro, Plaza España, Cathedral, the tobacco factory or Fine Arts Museum (closed on Monday).

The museum houses many collections of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, furniture and goldsmiths.

Lunch in a typical restaurant to try Andalusian cuisine.

Sevilla has benefited from a remarkable development thanks to the richness of Guadalquivir valley. After its Islamic conquest, it became a powerful city, a rival of Cordoba, under the Almohad dynasty. Conquered in 1248 by Ferdinand III, the city owes its high standing to the discovery of America. It became one of the richest centers of Iberian culture.

Night at Rey Alfonso X hotel in standard room.

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Day 3 : Sevilla - Jerez de la Frontera

Private transport from Sevilla to Jerez de la Frontera (about one hour drive). Every Tuesday and Thursday at noon, you can visit the famous Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.

Its activities are numerous: training of riders and technicians from the world of horses, selection of purebred Spanish horses for reproduction and survival of the species or promotion of equestrian art thanks to its performance to the public.

“How do Andalusian horse dance” is an authentic equestrian ballet following a choreography from Classical Dressage & de Doma Vaquera, with Spanish music and costumes inspired by the eighteenth century.

Lunch at Albala restaurant.

Visit of Tio Pepe cellar:

With its owner, Gonzalez Byass, Tio Pepe has become the largest exporter of Jerez wine.

He created his first large cellars a century ago, named Constancia, Apóstoles y la Cuadrada, or La Concha, a tribute to Eiffel and Lepanto.

This tour will transport you in time. Of course, a glass of Tio Pepe will bring you back to reality.

*Tour in English :

– From Monday to Saturday: 12.00 – 13.00 – 14.00 – 17.00

– On Sundays: 12.00 – 13.00 – 14.00


Night at Palacio Garvey hotel in standard room.

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Day 4 : Jerez de la Frontera

Guided tour of the Bodega Luis Perez:

The project is initiated by Luis Pérez Rodriguez, professor of oenology at Uca and former winemaker at Domecq, accompanied by his children.

Throughout the last 15 years, they have developed Merlot, Syrah and Petit Verdot or Tintilla de Rotadans on marl and gypsum soils. On March 12, 2018, Bodega Luis Pérez had the honor of receiving the Best Wine of the Year Award at the 24th edition of the El Mundovino Awards.

After the tour you drive on private transport from Jerez to Ronda. A road permitting many photo stops to discover unique Andalusian landscapes.

Your English-speaking guide will take you to visit Ronda (about 2h30). The classic tour goes through the Puente Nuevo, it is the new bridge which steps over the gorge connecting the new to the old city. The visit of the Casa Don Bosco, the Mondragon Palace and the Santa Maria church are included in the program, unless you would prefer visiting the Plaza de Toros, one of the oldest and most beautiful bullring in Spain.

Night at Catalonia Reina Victoria hotel in standard room.

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Day 5 : Ronda

Today you enjoy a private tour of the Cortijo Los Aguilares winery with your English-speaking guide followed by a wine tasting of 3 wines (about 1h15 ).

You then go on a private drive from Ronda to Granada. Dinner at La Ruta del Azafran restaurant.


Night at Macia 5 Senses hotel in standard room.

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Day 6 : Granada

Today it’s a special day; you will visit the famous Alhambra Palace in the morning or the afternoon depending on availability (tickets not included). An English speaking guide will be with you during all the visit. The Nasrid Palace reflects the history of Granada and its Islamic past. Inside this majestic palace, you will discover especially the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces, Charles V Palace and the Generalife.

*Alhambra tickets are included. Lunch with drinks

Visit of the Bodega Senorio of Nevada :

This 21-hectare estate is an expression of an extraordinary combination of climatic factors that shaped the region’s curious geography. The harvest arrives in October, after a long and quiet maturation, undisturbed by the rain.

It produces internationally renowned varieties, such as the local Tempranillo, that has almost disappeared; but also Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet.

These wines are used as a study in one of the most prestigious oenological centers in Bordeaux, in order to verify their behavior, being in the extreme south of the European Mediterranean.

The winery has been completely renovated: the old jars have been changed for stainless steel tanks, equipped with cold and nitrogen installations, even creating a line of oxygenation of the wines.


Night at Macia 5 Senses hotel in standard room.

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Day 7 : Granada

Today you get a private transfer for about 1h30 drive from your hotel in Granada to Malaga International Airport.

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